- Lexis®PSL In-house weekly highlights—14 January 2016
- In this issue:
- Headlines (News updates & analysis)
- Banking and finance: Court of Appeal clarifies mortgagee’s duties in aircraft finance case
- Bribery and corruption: Convicted printing company sentenced and ordered to pay £2.2 million
- Competition law: CMA launches market investigation into legal sector
- Consumer protection: European Commission issues link to ODR platform
- Consumer protection: European Commission issues roadmap for review of six consumer protection directives
- Contracts: High Court holds contract terms were clear and precise
- Contracts: Mercantile Court rules on mis-selling case
- Contracts: Scottish Law Commission consults on third party rights
- Contracts: When does the cumulative effect of breaches amount to repudiation?
- Corporate crime: Draft Finance Bill 2016—criminal offences and civil sanctions
- Corporate crime: Innocent third parties and civil recovery orders
- Data protection: ICO issues enforcement notice to Alzheimer's Society
- Data protection: The financial risks of data protection breaches
- E-commerce: EU-wide cyber-security rules backed by Internal Market Committee
- Insurance: Examining FCA general insurance transparency proposals
- Intellectual property: European Commission consults on due diligence and supply chain integrity
- Intellectual property: the Community Trade Mark—what changes lie ahead?
- Pensions: Auto-enrolment—guidance on when travelling workers are considered based in Great Britain
- Pensions: TPR’s draft prosecutions policy—more protection for workplace pensions
- Restructuring & insolvency: Distressed companies and the corporate rescue exemption
- Telecoms: The Roaming Regulation
- Useful information
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