- Commercial weekly highlights—22 August 2019
- In this issue:
- Brexit―the final countdown?
- Chancellor accelerates Brexit preparations with custom pass auto-enrolment
- PM letter to European Council President
- UK to cut back on EU meetings from 1 September 2019
- Freedom of movement to end on first day of a no deal Brexit
- Brexit Secretary signs commencement order for repeal of the European Communities Act 1972
- European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 (Commencement No 4) Regulations 2019
- Changes to farming industry post Brexit outlined in report
- Bidding for overseas contracts—no-deal Brexit guidance
- Trade deals and trading under WTO rules—further no deal Brexit guidance from the Department for International Trade
- Brexit and treaties—what will happen to the EU’s international agreements when the UK leaves the EU?
- Consumer rights and business—further no deal guidance from the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
- Construction and enforcement of multi-tiered dispute resolution clauses (Ohpen v Invesco)
- Sale and supply of goods
- Home Office consults on draft guidance for the Offensive Weapons Act 2019
- Damages and non-conforming stock (Goknur Gida v Organic Village Ltd)
- Advertising, marketing and sponsorship
- Property renovation boss disqualified for five years after 110,000 cold calls
- ASA rulings for 21 August 2019
- Updated advertising Transparency & Consent Framework published
- Confidential information
- Changes regarding data protection claims
- Public procurement
- Failure to commence procurement proceedings timeously leads to strike-out (Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust v Cornwall Council)
- Consumer Scotland Bill—doubling down on consumer protection?
- Daily and weekly news alerts
- New and updated content
- Updated Practice Notes
- Updated Checklists
- Dates for your diary
- Latest Q&A
- Useful information
This week's edition of Commercial weekly highlights includes: the latest updates on preparations for Brexit, an analysis of the judgment in Ohpen v Invesco which considered the enforcement of a multi-tiered dispute resolution clause and an analysis of the decision in Goknur Gida v Organic Village Ltd relating to damages payable for the supply of non-conforming stock.
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