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FOCUS: Large businesses that force their suppliers to accept lengthy payment terms or continually pay suppliers late could face serious reputational damage following the latest announcements by the UK government. 17 Apr 2015
Target will pay up to $19 million to MasterCard and banks to settle claims from those companies that it should foot the bill for costs they sustained following a data breach the US retailer suffered in 2013. 16 Apr 2015
The Consumer Rights Act aims to rectify the traditional complexities of UK consumer law by consolidating eight pieces of separate legislation in this area into a single piece of legislation.
Commercial and domestic property landlords of multi-let properties where heating, cooling or hot water is supplied to tenants through a district or communal heating network are now legally obliged to provide detailed information about those networks to a central...
Organisations are increasingly looking to work in collaboration or partnership with third parties. This may be to achieve operational aims, such as a step change in service delivery, or to reduce costs or achieve efficiencies.
Many private sector organisations are using competitive tenders to procure goods and services or award significant contracts. Competitive tenders can be used to maintain a competitive edge and drive a better commercial deal.
In February 2014 the French parliament adopted a Consumer Law which implements the Consumer Rights Directive. It will have a significant effect on companies engaged in e-commerce.
This guide was last updated in March 2013.
The percentage of UK shops left lying vacant fell to a rate last seen in 2010 last month, reflecting "the wider positive news on consumer sentiment and spend", according to the Local Data Company (LDC). 15 Apr 2015
Scottish police and local authorities could issue 'Drinking Banning Orders' (DBOs), preventing certain individuals from entering pubs or clubs for up to two years, even if that individual has not committed an offence, under proposals introduced to the Scottish... 08 Apr 2015
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