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Over the last decade, a distinct body of law has arisen that regulates the contractual relationships formed between businesses and consumers, often known as consumer protection law. The development of this area of ...
Our Travel and Consumer colleagues take a look at a new EU regulation coming into force which will further regulate how operators of online platforms and search engines interact with businesses that want to use ...
The Platform to Business Regulation ("P2B Regulation", officially Regulation 2019/1150 on promoting fairness and transparency for business users of online intermediation services) comes into force on 12 July 2020. ...
Die "Platform-to-Business Verordnung" tritt am 12. Juli 2020 in Kraft. Hauptzweck besteht darin zu regeln, wie Betreiber von Online-Plattformen und Suchmaschinen mit Unternehmen interagieren, die diese Plattformen ...
US businesses are often surprised by how different the regulatory framework is in the UK (and across the EU) for selling directly to consumers. Even large, sophisticated US consumer brands find that the terms on ...
The new, fifth edition of Internet Law & Regulation is the long-awaited new edition of the leading title in its field. The title presents an analysis of key areas of internet law & regulation from a UK perspective. ...
The ECJ has recently ruled that all post-contract telephone numbers offered to consumers must not be charged at more than the basic rate
Franchisors are expected to deliver a full business-format to its franchisees – including standard consumer terms and conditions/contracts. It is, therefore, essential that franchisors ensure that these terms and ...
The festive period wasn't only a busy time for event organisers - the spotlight has also been shone on the secondary ticketing market, first by the Competition & Markets Authority and then by DCMS.
From 13 January 2018, the extent to which businesses can charge consumers and other businesses fees for particular methods of payment is greatly curtailed.
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