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This month we cover corporate and commercial, data security, employment, advertising & marketing, intellectual property, financial services and competition news. Here are some of this month's highlights...
First up, we cover a case where a defendant challenged his penalty charge relating to overstaying the permitted time in a carpark. A well established English law states that penalty charges are not enforceable if not considered ‘extravagant and
Tune into the full story from 00:20.
The European Commission launched an anti-trust competition inquiry on the 6th May. This follows concerns expressed by the European Commission that although ecommerce generally has seen significant growth in recent years, cross-border ecommerce is growing
relatively slowly. This concern is backed up with some evidence.Tune into the full story from 07.40.
Last month, we spoke too soon when we reported that we were heading towards a conclusion on the long running saga concerning holiday pay.Tune into the full story from 04:25.
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