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Pragma Lawyers
The key question that the Court was to determine was whether the representations were likely to mislead or deceive.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The case raises considerations for Australian universities and other research institutions in the life sciences sector.
Wallmans Lawyers
ACCC will be looking at whether online influencers are being sufficiently transparent when they talk about their favourite products.
Canada
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
On April 28, 2024, as part of its "back-to-basics" plan, the province revised Policy/Program Memorandum 128 (PPM 128), which strengthens the Provincial Code of Conduct's...
McMillan LLP
The Ontario legislature has taken the first step to pass provincial "right to repair" legislation for consumer products and motor vehicles.
Fasken
The British Columbia government has introduced new regulations governing the use of e-bikes.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In June 2023, BLG responded to two applications for judicial review brought against the Waterloo Region District School Board (the WRDSB).
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
The Product Liability and Mass Torts Group at McCarthy Tétrault LLP is pleased to bring you our analysis of recent decisions for businesses manufacturing or selling products in Canada.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
On March 27, 2024, the Court of Appeal for Ontario released its much-awaited decision in Palmer v. Teva. The decision sends a clear signal that claims based on weak science...
Egypt
Soliman Hashish & Partners
On April 5, 2024, Law No. 20 of 2024 (the "Law") was passed and published in the Official Gazette, adopting new amendments to the Consumer Protection Law No. 181 of 2018 (the "CPL").
India
Alba Law Offices
Recently, the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food, and Public Distribution notified the Amendment to further amend the Legal Metrology (Packaged Commodities) Rules, 2011 ("Rules").
Ireland
William Fry
Over nine months since it was signed into law, the Representative Actions for the Protection of the Collective Interests of Consumers Act 2023 (Act) commenced on 30 April 2024.
Nigeria
Aarndale Solicitors
Electronic commerce (e-commerce) is the process of buying and selling tangible products and services online E-commerce relies on technology and digital platforms, including websites, mobile apps, and social media to make trade possible.
Turkey
Kesikli Law Firm
6458 sayılı Yabancılar ve Uluslararası Koruma Kanunu'nun ("Kanun") 30. maddesinde ikamet izni çeşitleri sayılmıştır. Bu ikamet izinlerinden bir tanesi de öğrenci ikamet iznidir.
UK
Bindmans LLP
A senior Ofsted official has stated that too many families are being let down by delays in children with special educational needs being assessed.
Gowling WLG
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), the UK's competition and consumer protection authority, has requested all online business involved in selling to consumers in the UK to review its sales practices...
Bindmans LLP
It is now 10 years since the Children & Families Act 2014 and the Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) Regulations and Code of Practice were introduced.
Wrigleys Solicitors
The latest consultation follows previous consultations on the new OfS complaints scheme and its proposed approach to regulating students' unions.
AlixPartners
The digital revolution, consumer behaviour change, geopolitical tensions, economic pressures, and the lasting impact of the pandemic are transforming the retail landscape globally.
BCL Solicitors LLP
In a recent report from the National Behaviour Survey (NBS) Academic Year 2022/23 conducted through the Department of Education, statistics reveal that only two in five pupils feel safe at school.
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