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27 Apr 2012
The UK's intellectual property (IP) framework is one of the worst in the world in terms of serving the interests of the public, a new report has said.
More football clubs in England may go into administration in the next few years if football authorities elect to fine clubs for spending beyond their means, a sports law expert has said.
26 Apr 2012
The Government must do more to address early signs of consumer problems and lack of competition in its smart metering policy, an MP has said.
Businesses will be able to ask a competition tribunal to rule whether actions by rivals are anti-competitive under plans drafted by the Government.
19 Apr 2012
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has declined to rule on whether two front page newspaper articles promoting a new lottery competition were marketing communications, saying that the content was "outside its remit".
17 Apr 2012
An expanded Citizens Advice service is to take over the consumer advice and information roles currently provided by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), the Government has announced.
13 Apr 2012
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has initiated legal proceedings against Apple and publishers Penguin and Macmillan alleging that the companies have violated US antitrust laws by colluding to fix the price of electronic books (e-books).
11 Apr 2012
Gas and electricity companies that breach regulations could be forced to compensate customers directly under plans being consulted on by the Government.
05 Apr 2012
Companies cannot claim that the product they are advertising is '... as seen on TV ' or '... as seen in' certain publications if those products merely featured as unbranded props in programmes or in paid-for ads in those mediums, an ad body has said....