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The UK exits the EU on 31st January 2020. By virtue of the transition period in the Withdrawal Agreement, EU law will continue to apply in and in relation to the UK only until the 31st December 2020.
The UK government has published details of the new UK product marking to mirror the CE mark for certain products to be placed on the market in the UK in the event of a 'no deal' Brexit on 29 March 2019.
The rapid growth of online marketplaces over the last two decades has increased the pressure on distributors of products to take greater responsibility for ensuring consumer safety.
In September 2018, the UK government published a series of notices explaining how product compliance regulations would apply if a deal is not struck between the UK and the EU on the terms of Brexit – a "no deal" ...
As of 1 January 2021 new rules are entering into force affecting the statutory warranty rule for durable consumer goods. This is not an entirely new piece of law, but amendments to the standing Government Decree No ...
Digital technologies are increasingly transforming the way in which products are being made and services are being delivered.
Much of the recent commentary has focused on whether COVID-19 is a force majeure event which would entitle one party to suspend performance or cancel an existing contract but in this briefing we take a holistic approach ...
On 26th March 2020 the UK Government published its modern slavery statement. In the foreword written by the Prime Minister, he highlighted the determination to take active steps to drive modern slavery out of our supply ...