The European Parliament has approved the European Union's free trade deal with Canada.
ICO issues warning over third-party consent after issuing £120,000 fine to credit broker 16 Feb 2017
UPDATED: The UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has warned businesses engaged in electronic direct marketing about the risks of relying on third party consent mechanisms as a basis for sending marketing messages to consumers.
The European Commission has sent letters of formal notice to member states that failed to fully transpose a law on cartel damages by the deadline of 27 December 2016.
- EU law makers reach consensus on new rules to address 'geo-blocking' 09 Feb 2017
- 'Employment link' pension transfer cases dropped following Hughes decision, ombudsman confirms 02 Feb 2017
- Guide: An introduction to collective redress schemes
- Guide: The Consumer Rights Act: consolidating UK consumer protection laws
- Banks need clearer guidance on the level of cloud supply chain oversight they should have, says expert 13 Feb 2017
- Guidance published to help businesses prepare to report on payment practices from April 07 Feb 2017
- Guide: Company disclosure requirements under the 2015 Modern Slavery Act
- Guide: Using competitive tenders
- Retailers can advertise price comparisons with stores of different sizes or format but must disclose those differences, rules EU court 09 Feb 2017
- Plans for new e-Privacy Regulation published by European Commission 10 Jan 2017
- Guide: Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations
- Guide: Tagging: the legal issues
- Protective proceedings should not be necessary to maintain right to judicial review of university decisions, court rules 16 Feb 2017
- High health and safety fines extend to non-commercial bodies too, says expert 30 Jan 2017
- Guide: Negotiation
- Guide: How competition law regulates discussions and arrangements between universities: the basics
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