Tag: EU Law

Chemical Independency

Edward Turtle and Olivia Flasch

Government will take caution dealing with chemicals in event of “no deal” Brexit

Brexit – a new approach for the “New Approach”

Rod Freeman

UK Government’s second set of guidance on “No Deal” Brexit highlights complications for manufacturers and sellers of CE marked products.

Navigating the International Product Safety Landscape in a Connected World

Cooley’s Palo Alto office hosts the Productwise team from 4-6pm on 5 September

Race against the machine

Edward Turtle

Commission considers whether EU machinery legislation remains fit for purpose, given pace of emerging technologies.

AI’ll be back… EC strategy paper on AI targets liability and safety laws for further review

Mark Deem and Jamie Humphreys

The EC’s paper recommends further steps to prepare for the arrival of AI and ensure European leadership in the technology.

New Deal for Consumers; Raw Deal for Businesses?

Edward Turtle

European Commission proposes consumer rights of collective redress, more transparency online and strong sanctions linked to annual turnover.

Rapid Alert; steady growth

Edward Turtle

European Commission’s Rapid Alert System for Dangerous Products sees growth in alerts and follow-up actions.

EU starts discussion on further harmonisation of consumer protection laws

Jamie Humphreys and Carol Roberts

Proposals to ensure consistency in consumer protection across the EU were recently approved by a European Parliament Committee.

New kid on the block: EU regulation addresses geo-blocking and country redirects

Rod Freeman and Fergal Duggan

In this article, we address the EU’s recently adopted regulation banning unjustified geo-blocking in the internal market.