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As of 1 April 2021, no food intended for the final consumer or for supply to retail will be allowed to be placed on the market where its content of trans fat exceeds 2 grams per 100 grams of fat.
The EU has just passed a new Directive which aims to harmonise collective redress mechanisms for consumers across all Member States. This is a watershed moment for European class actions. We examine how the Directive ...
On 13th November 2019, the European Banking Authority (EBA) published a Consultation Paper on the draft amended Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) and Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) on passport notification. ...
This newsletter focuses on key news and updates for retail and consumer-facing businesses around the world.
On 30 January 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union issued its ruling in case C 524/18, Dr. Willmar Schwabe GmbH & Co. KG (hereafter, "Schwabe") v Queisser Pharma GmbH & Co. KG (hereafter, "Queisser").
Competition law is (sometimes) perceived to be a barrier for cooperation and progress towards a more sustainable economy. This outlook 2021 explores the current available leeway under competition law for sustainability ...
Unlike other types of products (such as medicinal products) cosmetics products do not need prior regulatory approval before they can be put on the market. This does not mean, however, that they are unregulated – far ...
Law Decree No. 23 of 8 April 2020 - published in the Official Gazette on 8 April 2020 and entered into force on 9 April 2020 (the "Decreto Liquidità") - introduced, among other measures, a series of provisions that ...
Google's proposed acquisition of Fitbit provides an opportunity to test the fitness of the competition regime and reflect upon the ongoing global scrutiny of Big Tech.