Olivia Crane writes for The Grocer on the importance of robust data protection policies for checkout-less stores
Olivia Crane has written for The Grocer on the importance of robust data protection policies for checkout-less stores. Read more below.
China’s Personal Information Protection Law – keeping up with the Joneses or increased cyber-security?
Up until recently, China’s data protection rules could be found through a number of laws and guidelines
Caroline Greenwell quoted by Food Navigator on how organisations can avoid the greenwashing trap
New reviews on misleading claims in early 2022 will pressure companies to provide concrete evidence of their sustainability credentials.
Jason Saiban writes for Food Manufacture on the food industry's climate change challenge
The key challenge will be how the environmental targets are actually met.
Consumers’ unwitting assumptions: A [wh]iskey business in brand competition
Olivia and Anna look at the Liverpool Gin Distillery Ltd v Sazerac Brands LLC case and the question of 'indirect confusion'
Charles Russell Speechlys advises on the sale of No.1 Lounges Ltd to SwissportALD
SwissportALD will run nine No.1 Lounge properties at the UK’s London Heathrow, London Gatwick, and Birmingham airports.
eCommerce and the Post-Brexit State of Play
Key UK and EU legislation governing how online platforms deal with consumers and their business users.
Michael Powner and Laurence Whymark write for The Caterer on the implications of the new tipping laws on the hospitality industry
Operators will soon have to pass on tips to staff without deductions.
Top 7 Data Protection Tips for Employers
Here are our top 7 data protection tips for employers.
There has been an increase in online phising attacks over the past year - but why?
Anna Sowerby writes for The Fashion Law on the new collaborative approach being taken by luxury brands and online platforms to fight fakes
Online platforms are now under pressure to be more proactive in their approach to tackling the ever-escalating issue of counterfeit goods.
Sarah Morley quoted by Estates Gazette on the implications of the Court of Appeal’s decision in TFS Stores v Designer Retail Outlet
Perfume retailer The Fragrance Shop lost a legal dispute with the Designer Retail Outlet and other large shopping centre owners.
Building Back Better: Future Gazing
What’s next for the hospitality industry post-pandemic?
Building Back Better: Re-examining your proposition
Why hospitality businesses should re-examine their proposition now
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Fudco Partnership on sale to Exponent-backed Vibrant Foods
Fudco is a family-owned business selling South Asian ethnic foods in UK and Europe.
InvestAfrica: Checking in or Checking out? Financing Africa’s Hotels in 2021
The discussion examined the strategies investors and financial institutions can implement to mitigate the effects of the pandemic.
Doing Business Responsibly: Food & Beverage
A return to growth will be a priority post-pandemic for F&B businesses, and doing business responsibly could help you to achieve it
Charles Russell Speechlys advises TDR Capital LLP and the Issa brothers on the real estate aspects of ASDA acquisition
TDR Capital LLP and the Issa brothers have completed their acquisition of a majority stake in ASDA from Walmart.
Jonathan McDonald and Rahim Hirji write for LawInSport on the relationship between data protection and referee reports in English football
Is data in reports submitted by referees to the Football Association subject to the General Data Protection Regulation?
Next Generation Cloud for Europe
Next Generation Cloud for Europe
The draft ePrivacy Regulation has been talked about for almost as long as the GDPR itself.