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LEGAL COMPLIANCE

£2.7 million fine over pricing

A company has been fined £2.7 million by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) for breaching anti-competition laws. Could this affect a small business like yours? More...

TRAVEL

Train travel: delays and compensation rights

Train travel is the preferred option for many business owners, despite the fact there are often delays and cancellations. However, since October 2016 you have greater rights to compensation. What’s changed? More...

LEGAL COMPLIANCE

New guidance on retail pricing

ONLINE SELLING

Are your online T&Cs legally compliant?

In March 2016, 17 companies were publicly named and shamed because their online terms and conditions failed to comply with the relevant legislation. How can you be sure that your own are correct? More...

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Professional duty or just helping a mate out?

A friend needs a little job done and you have the skills and expertise. Purely because you’re mates you don’t intend to charge them for the work. That’s most honourable but could you be liable if something goes wrong? More...

CONSUMER LAW

Parking penalties are enforceable

When a business owner received an £85 parking charge he took his case to the Supreme Court. Its ruling has now rewritten the law in this area. What do you need to know? More...

CONSUMER LAW

Refunds on new and used goods

CONSUMER LAW

How powerful is the new Consumer Ombudsman?

A new Consumer Ombudsman (CO) scheme has been introduced which handles complaints about goods or services in any sector not already covered by an ombudsman. What action can it take against your business? More...

CONTRACTS

Legal tender and cash payments

In June 2015 there were reports about a bus driver who refused to accept a 60p fare partly in pennies and tuppences. Some gave the impression he had done something wrong. When can a payment in cash be refused? More...

CONSUMER LAW

The Consumer Rights Act 2015

On 1 October 2015 the Consumer Rights Act 2015 will replace existing legislation relating to the sale of goods and the supply of services. It will also give consumers more rights. How can you prepare for this major change? More...
Last updated: 12.12.2018

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