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Businesses do not have to pay compensation for causing distress to consumers if they break data protection laws unless the distress suffered by consumers is linked to the breach itself, the Court of Appeal has ruled. 22 May 2013
The value of future Government construction contract opportunities has fallen by a third in the past six months, according to official figures from the Cabinet Office. 22 May 2013
The number of surplus carbon permits under the European Union's Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) doubled to two billion last year, the European Commission has announced. 21 May 2013
Changes to the way in which limited liability partnerships (LLPs) are taxed will "level the playing field in the tax treatment of all partnerships", the Government has said. 21 May 2013
Marks & Spencer (M&S) infringed the trade marks of a flower delivery company when it bought keyword terms sold by Google that referenced the flower company and advertised its own flower service on the back of them, the High Court has ruled. 21 May 2013
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