- Commercial weekly highlights—30 May 2019
- In this issue:
- Consumer protection
- Court of Justice considers consumer’s right to rescind contract (Fülla v Toolport GmbH)
- Unclear CFA and ATE insurance leads to solicitors going unpaid (Plevin v DAS Legal Expenses Insurance Company Ltd)
- Online Harms White Paper—a balancing act for both regulation and free speech?
- Brexit: CMA chairman update on CMA's preparedness for Brexit
- Accounting and auditing requirements—no deal Brexit guidance
- Public procurement
- Evaluating bids—exercise of commercial judgment or a public law duty?
- Summary judgment for damages in relation to share purchase agreement granted (Auden McKenzie (Pharma Division) Ltd and other companies v Patel )
- Top five takeaways from the Games Industry Law Summit
- Advertising, marketing and sponsorship
- ASA rulings for 29 May 2019
- Intellectual property
- IPEC considers patent entitlement and breach of confidence (Prosyscor v Netsweeper Inc)
- Referendums Bill aimed at paving the way for second independence referendum in Scotland
- Daily and weekly news alerts
- New and updated content
- Updated Practice Notes
- Dates for your diary
- Latest Q&As
- Useful information
This week’s edition of Commercial weekly highlights includes the Court of Justice’s consideration of a consumer’s right to rescind a contract in Fülla v Toolport GmbH, the latest updates on Brexit and consideration of whether evaluating public procurement bids ought to be an exercise of commercial judgment or a public law duty in Kenson Contractors (Benington) Ltd v Haringey London Borough Council.
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