Cooley's Productwise Bitesize brings you a short introduction to the EU's proposed Digital Services Act.
On Friday, the European Commission launched its New Consumer Agenda, setting out its plans for consumer policy from 2020 – 2025.
The Council of the European Union adopted its position at first reading on the draft directive on consumer collective redress in the EU.
Following on from our blog here on the Northern Ireland Protocol and explaining the introduction of the new UKNI mark, we now have some further clarity on when and how to use UKNI marking...
The EU has published proposals on the regulation of artificial intelligence, which look to ensure a balance is struck between protecting consumers, and encouraging technological development.
Penningtons Solicitors LLP
As the popularity and, therefore, demand for sustainable goods and services grow, the accuracy and reliability of businesses' ‘green' claims is coming under increasing scrutiny.
Penningtons Solicitors LLP
The new UKCA (‘UK Conformity Assessed') mark will replace the existing CE mark for relevant products sold in Great Britain when the Brexit transition period ends on 31 December 2020
On 2 February 2021, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published the much-anticipated Woolard Review, a significant and wide-ranging review of change and innovation in the unsecured credit market.
We look at the position for special schools and alternative provision following last night's televised address by Boris Johnson.
The government recently published a series of guides on specific product safety and metrology regulations for businesses placing manufactured goods on the Great Britain ...
How far does the UK legal framework go to bind businesses to protect consumers from defective products and services?
How far does the UK legal framework go to bind businesses to protect consumers from defective products and services? Watch this brief presentation
"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...
More than 70,000 OLED television models have been recalled by manufacturer LG in response to a fire safety scare.
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.
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"
Now that the clocks have gone back and we are entering the winter months, many of us will be turning our thoughts to the festive period and finding that perfect gift for the ones we love.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Search orders are one of, if not the most, draconian orders the courts can make. The recent decision in Calor Gas Ltd v Chorley Bottle Gas Ltd and others (Calor Gas) contains two points...
Recent months have demanded significant flexibility from schools
as part of the nation's covid-19 front line response