See EU later – the UK government has issued guidance on placing manufactured goods on the market in post-Brexit Great Britain and using the UKCA mark from 1 January 2021
Here’s our snap review of the guidance issued today…
Cooley’s international products law team are pleased to announce the fifth event in its webinar series, together with experts from Compliance & Risks and Ramboll. As an area of major regulatory and business change for product manufacturers, suppliers and other stakeholders, we anticipate the impact of the move towards the […]
Introduction As reported in our earlier blog, a compromise has recently been reached in respect of the content of a new EU Directive on consumer collective redress (the Directive), with the final directive likely to come into force by the end of the year and member states to transpose it […]
Confidentiality clauses in product liability settlements: UK product safety regulator publishes new guidance
OPSS sets out best practice on non-disclosure agreements.
The EU is consulting on two important consumer law initiatives which would introduce new requirements for online transactions, information on repairability and the lifespan of products, and measures to curb premature product obsolescence. These changes would have lasting effects for products sold in the EU.
We consider the implications of a new EU Directive to introduce representative actions for breaches of certain EU laws, including consumer rights, product liability and product safety legislation.