- Commercial weekly highlights—9 August 2018
- In this issue:
- Agency and distribution
- Supreme Court—no liability to undisclosed principal for negligent misstatement (Banca Nazionale del Lavoro SPA v Playboy Club London Ltd)
- Public procurement
- Issues in public procurement: limitation, confidential information and abnormally low tenders (SRCL Ltd v National Heatlh Service Commissioning Board)
- Court of justice examines legal limits on public procurement review procedures and damages claims (Hochtief AG v Budapest Főváros Önkormányzata)
- Court of Appeal confirms tests for implied terms relating to interest claims (Jaber v Ibrahim)
- Implication of overarching agreement in banking relationship/duties of good faith (Standish v RBS)
- Consumer protection
- Court of Justice ruling on whether a trade fair stand entered into off-premise contract with a consumer (Verbraucherzentrale Berlin eV v Unimatic Vertriebs GmbH)
- Advertising, marketing and sponsorship
- ASA rulings for 8 August 2018
- What will Brexit mean for franchisors and franchisees, and how to prepare?
- Barnier says EU is seeking ‘ambitious partnership’ with the UK after Brexit
- Daily and weekly news alerts
- Dates for your diary
- Latest Q&As
- Useful information
This week’s edition of Commercial weekly highlights includes an examination of a Supreme Court decision in relation to undisclosed principals and negligent misstatements, a challenge to a public procurement exercise concerning waste collection services in the NHS and a Court of Appeal clarification on the law on implied terms relating to interest. It also includes analysis and predictions for what Brexit will mean for franchisors and franchisees.
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