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No-deal Brexit: the future of consumer rights in the UK

Notwithstanding the fact that a draft deal has been agreed between the EU and the UK at a technical level, the developments of recent days and weeks have made it clear that significant obstacles will need to be overcome before any deal can be finalised and ratified. In light of this uncertainty, there remains a

“New Deal for Consumers” – draft package adopted by the European Commission

The European Commission has adopted a “New Deal for Consumers” package which aims to empower consumers, promote fairness and build trust across the single market. The package was adopted by the Commission in response to an evaluation on EU consumer protection and marketing directives. The evaluation found such laws need to be better applied, enforced

Overhaul of Polish consumer law

Important amendments to Polish consumer protection law have been introduced which increase the risk of doing business in Poland. Please see our e-alert summarising the principal changes.