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Cooley LLP
The Cooley team are developing a series of short tipsheets that will give you a brief introduction into key areas of international products law.
Cooley LLP
The EU is consulting on two important consumer law initiatives which would introduce new requirements for online transactions, information on repairability and the lifespan ...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The European Commission is currently seeking public comment as part of its review of the EU General Product Safety Directive (GPSD) (Directive 2001/95/EC).
Withers LLP
Regulation 2019/1150/EU establishes new rules to protect business users and consumers on marketplaces and online platforms. It will come into force from 12 July, 2020...
UK
Cooley LLP
The UK Office for Product Safety and Standards has just published 2 important product safety reports.
Cooley LLP
OPSS publishes important report reviewing the safety of domestic virtual reality systems.
Walker Morris
The Government has announced that new rules have been proposed by the Treasury for Default Notices required under section 87 Consumer Credit Act 1974 (CCA).
Leigh Day
Tornier SAS, the manufacturer of the Insypre ™ shoulder prosthesis, published a Field Safety Notice on 23 September 2020 to alert physicians to changes for its use.
Wrigleys Solicitors
The Secretary of State has directed that remote education shall be a legal requirement. So what does this mean for schools and trusts?
Wrigleys Solicitors
As a remote education offering is soon to become a legal requirement, a reminder that safeguarding duties persist.
Leigh Day
Zahra Nanji argues that there must be a redress scheme in place to protect consumers in case of adverse reactions to a COVID-19 vaccine that could be marketed before it is licensed.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
The EU New Deal for Consumers initiative, adopted by the EU Commission on 11 April 2018, aimed at strengthening enforcement of EU consumer law in light of a growing risk...
Leigh Day
Earlier today Education Secretary Gavin Williamson announced that teachers' predictions, known as Centre Assessment Grades (CAGs) would be used to grade students' A-level performance.
Leigh Day
Any action taken by the Government and Ofqual to make up for unjust difficulties caused by the lower-than-expected grades awarded to many students may now be too late.
Leigh Day
On 29 July 2020, The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) announced it has partnered with the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC), Fire and Rescue Services and...
Leigh Day
Law firm threatening legal action over A-level grades.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
How has the continued coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic changed the higher education landscape when considering student matters such as tuition fees, unconditional offers, and grades?
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
Higher education institutions (HEIs) are now preparing for students and staff to safely return to campus in September.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
A recent High Court decision provides a useful reminder of the obligation higher education institutions have to follow their own procedures consistently and fairly, and to allow students with...
Cooley LLP
OPSS sets out best practice on non-disclosure agreements.
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