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The first opt-out collective action seeking damages for breaches of competition law has been lodged with the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT), following changes to the law in October 2015. 27 Jun 2016
Businesses that rely on a large proportion of EU workers should be putting plans in place to address any restrictions on freedom of movement that emerge as a result of the UK's vote to leave the European Union, an expert has said. 24 Jun 2016
Commercial organisations subject to the 2015 Modern Slavery Act ('the Act') must report annually on the steps that they have taken during the financial year to ensure that slavery and human trafficking are not taking place in their own business or in their...
Retailers are expected to protect anyone who enters their premises from harm, by removing or controlling risks to employees, volunteers, contractors or members of the public.
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.
Suppliers are trying to control the price their goods can be sold at by distributors in "too many contracts" and the practice is "almost invariably unlawful", an expert has warned. 22 Jun 2016
Samsung Pay has now launched in Australia, while Apple Pay is promised for Hong Kong this summer. 17 Jun 2016
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