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Brexit and UK consumer law: part two

United Kingdom, European Union - November 21 2018 The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has published a draft version of the Draft Consumer Protection (Amendment)...


Enforcement of consumer protection laws

United Kingdom, European Union - August 3 2018 A high-level look at the enforcement of consumer protection laws in the UK and the role of the European Commission......


US trade barriers: the developing impact and international response

USA, United Kingdom, European Union - June 22 2018 In March 2018, President Trump announced that the US would be introducing a 25 import tax on steel and a 10 import tax on aluminium to protect...


Written contracts: informal variations just got more difficult to enforce

United Kingdom - May 31 2018 MWB was the licensor and Rock the licensee of serviced office space. When Rock got into arrears, MWB terminated the licence, locked Rock out of the...


Procurement challenges: costs awards can be made against non-parties

United Kingdom - January 31 2018 Preferred bidders in public procurement may find themselves sidelined while a losing bidder disputes the award. As disputes often deal with the...

John Houlden, Chris Jackson.