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The first successful prosecution of two former care workers for wilful ill-treatment of vulnerable adults should bring home to providers the serious consequences of these offences, an expert has said. 24 Nov 2016
User rating and review services provided by online platforms can help reduce the need to regulate the 'sharing economy', according to a report by a US regulator. 21 Nov 2016
Automotive manufacturers selling vehicles in China are subject to strict rules governing product safety and must follow procedures set by a regulator when undertaking recalls. Manufacturers face financial losses, regulatory fines and significant reputational...
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The Court of Appeal has rejected an attempt by a Kent-based tyre company to reduce a £1 million fine for health and safety offences, imposed a decade after the incidents occurred. 10 Nov 2016
A £1.8 million fine for health and safety failings imposed on ports operator C.RO Ports in January was "manifestly excessive", according to the Court of Appeal, which has reduced the amount due to £500,000. 01 Nov 2016
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