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The new provisions of the EU Directive on consumer rights have entered into force. They include several changes you should be aware of in order to ensure your business remains compliant.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s insolvency litigation team brings you its monthly update on the cases and issues affecting the insolvency and fraud investigation industry.
Wragge’s automotive specialists and Prof David Bailey consider the future of product recalls and what they may mean for the automotive sector in the US and the UK.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s finance litigation experts bring you the latest on the cases and issues affecting the lending industry.
The judgment in Bluewater Energy Services BV v Mercon Steel Structure BV & Others highlights how complex and wide ranging such contractual disputes can be.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced a review of competition in the wholesale financial markets.
Having remained fairly static for about 20 years, data protection laws in Europe are on the cusp of their next major overhaul.
The government has published its response to its Freedom and Choice consultation issued as a result of the Budget.
Obesity is a growing problem in modern society. For the first time, the European Court of Justice is considering issues concerning obesity-based discrimination.
The TCC has considered the principles relating to contract formation in the context of an application by the claimants for summary judgment in respect of their claim for damages to be assessed.
The UK has a flexible, secure and transparent property market offering a wide range of investment structures.
In a judgment from the Court of Justice, it has been held that the layout of a retail store may be registered as a trademark in Europe.
The Court of Appeal has given further guidance on how relief from sanctions applications under CPR 3.9 should be dealt with.
Following last year’s judgment that Bristan had infringed Mira’s UK unregistered design rights, the parties were back in court this year for the damages enquiry.
The Office for National Statistics has estimated that 465,500 people were aged 90 or above in 2012 (33 per cent higher compared with the previous decade).
Islamic finance is booming. Sharia law essentially prohibits investments in certain sectors considered as illicit (‘haram’) and the payment and receipt of interest (‘ribha’).
Section 95 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 modifies the common law position by allowing an employee to claim constructive dismissal even if notice is given.
A reminder from the EAT: appealing against a well-reasoned tribunal decision is unlikely to be successful
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has reviewed the approach to be taken by tribunals in determining employment status.
The Supreme Court has confirmed that the government’s changes to the criminal records disclosure regime last year were necessary.
On 30 June 2014, the right to request flexible working will be extended to all employees with 26 weeks’ qualifying service.