- Lexis®PSL Commercial weekly highlights—16 February 2017
- In this issue:
- Headlines (News updates & analysis)
- Advertising and marketing: ASA adjudications this week
- Advertising and marketing: Court of Justice rules in comparative advertising case
- Advertising and marketing: Trade mark infringement and passing off claims fail
- Communications: Snooper’s Charter taken to task
- Confidential information: High Court orders limited delivery up and disclosure of confidential information
- Contracts: Execution of deeds guidance updated in relation to electronic signatures
- Contracts: High Court holds purchasers’s solicitor liable in fraudulent sale
- Contracts: Restitution claim defences including 'ministerial receipt'
- Contracts: The requisite elements of a claim in deceit
- Data protection: Should we rely on automated decision making technologies?
- Data protection: Director disqualified for sending thousands of spam text messages
- E-commerce: Cross-border content rules approved
- E-commerce: Social media and the misuse of private information
- E-commerce: The Pirate Bay, website blocking and communication to the public
- Public procurement: Scrutinising public procurement decisions under the Francovich criteria
- Supply of goods and services: VAT on voucher-based promotion scheme
- Case tracker
- Consultation tracker
- Legislation tracker
- New and updated on Lexis®PSL Commercial
- Dates for your diary
- Useful information
Welcome to the weekly Commercial highlights from the Lexis®PSL Commercial team for the week ending 16 February 2017. This week’s edition of the Commercial highlights includes key current awareness, news analysis and links to our weekly consultation, cases and legislation trackers. We also report on new materials published this week and materials which we have updated.
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