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Davies Collison Cave
This is the latest in a series detailing developments in competition and consumer law in Australia, including the activities of Australia's competition and consumer regulator, the ACCC, published judgments, recently issued proceedings ...
Cooper Grace Ward
Overview of key changes for incorporated associations in Qld - changes effective now & further changes that are expected.
Canada
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
The International Financial Consumer Protection Organisation (aka FinCoNet) issued its report on SupTech Tools For Market Conduct Supervisors at its virtual annual general meeting in November 2020.
Theall Group LLP
On November 6, 2020, the Supreme Court of Canada released a 5-4 decision on recovery of negligently-caused pure economic loss that will be significant for defendants...
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
A new Policy/Program Memorandum (PPM) from Ontario's Ministry of Education will allow schools to hire teachers based on merit, diversity and the needs of the school, rather than by seniority.
Torys LLP
The COVID-19 pandemic, and the economic volatility and uncertainty it has created, has heightened the attention placed on consumer protection...
European Union
Cooley LLP
Cooley's Productwise Bitesize brings you a short introduction to the EU's proposed Digital Services Act.
Cooley LLP
On Friday, the European Commission launched its New Consumer Agenda, setting out its plans for consumer policy from 2020 – 2025.
Cooley LLP
The Council of the European Union adopted its position at first reading on the draft directive on consumer collective redress in the EU.
India
HSA Advocates
The National Educational Policy 2020 (Policy) has been touted as a breakthrough in the Indian education sector.
South Africa
SWVG Inc.
It is no secret that E-commerce is growing at a rapid pace in South Africa, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Switzerland
Logan & Partners
For multiple goods ordered in the same order but delivered separately the 14 day period starts from the day the consumer physically takes possession of the last good.
Turkey
Balcioglu Selçuk Ardiyok Keki Attorney Partnership
On March 5, 2020, the Turkish parliament approved the bill on product safety and technical regulations and with its publication in the Official Gazette on March 13, 2020, the Act No. 7223 on Product Safety and Technical Regulations ...
UK
Cooley LLP
"Ben Shribman, M&A partner at Cooley, together with Rod Freeman and Jamie Humphreys from the firm's market-leading products law group, discuss key areas to consider...
Leigh Day
More than 70,000 OLED television models have been recalled by manufacturer LG in response to a fire safety scare.
Walker Morris
Further to our recent briefing (see here) the Government has now published the new content requirements for Default Notices served on borrowers that breach Consumer Credit Act 1974 (CCA) regulated loan agreements.
Wrigleys Solicitors
We look at the key highlights for multi academy trusts from the DfE's School and Trust Governance Investigative Report.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
On Friday 23 October the European Parliament voted to reject proposals to the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) that would ban terms such as "burger", "steak" and "sausage"
United States
Cooley LLP
A new law allowing groups of EU consumers to launch collective actions against traders has passed through the final stages of the legislative process and will enter into force soon.
Mintz
There's a new class action trend consumer product companies need to be aware of that is not only causing additional stress when faced with a recall but also increased expense and adverse publicity.
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