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Education e-briefing ''CMA'' Implications of the Presentation of Student Contracts

United Kingdom - April 4 2017 One of the key underlying principles of consumer law is that a student must be given sufficient information, in a sufficiently transparent manner, to…

Siân Jones-Davies.

Education e-briefing - The Student Contract: "CMA" Implications of Pre-Contract Information

United Kingdom - March 21 2017 Since 1 October 2015, pre-contract statements made by or on behalf of an institution (for example, on its website, in its prospectuses or at its…

Siân Jones-Davies.

Guiding businesses through Brexit - Consumer law risk analysis and Brexit proofing

European Union, United Kingdom - August 3 2016 The UK's momentous vote to leave the EU marks the dawn of an unprecedented period of uncertainty for business. The precise nature of the UK's future…

Matthew Gough, Kelly Holmes.

CMA publish education sector compliance review findings

United Kingdom - July 28 2016 In March 2015, the Competition and Markets Authority ("CMA") published its consumer protection law advice to UK higher education providers. It also…

Nicola Bennison, Siân Jones-Davies.

Consumer Rights Act and the impact on financial institutions

United Kingdom - October 16 2015 The Consumer Rights Act came into force on 1 October 2015. As a result, consumers now have enhanced rights and firms will need to comply with a new…

Matthew Gough.