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The case of Bogle and Others v McDonalds Restaurants
Limited  EWHC 490 (QB) concerned a group of Claimants
who were suing McDonalds for personal...
The calm before the storm?
Procedural mechanisms to aggregate individual claims can seem superficially very attractive to politicians and consumers as...
Regina (Seahawk Marine Foods Limited) v The Southampton Port
Before Lord Justice Mummery, Lord Justice Buxton
and Lord Justice Longmore,...
The first year of the new millennium has seen the number of legal disputes started in the High Court continuing to decline, following the sweeping reforms...
The Department of Trade and Industry [DTI] has published a
consultation document which sets out the Government’s
proposals to strengthen consumer protection...
Amended proposal for an EU Regulation laying
down the general principles and requirements of food law,
establishing the European Food Authority, and...
On Wednesday 18th July 2001, the DTI held a seminar to consider the
impact on business of a proposed EU regulation on the choice of
law rules for non-contractual...
In the light of the increase in distance selling by
reason of better technology (i.e. the internet) and the reduction
in trade boundaries, the Food Standards...
1.The need for Reform
There can be no doubt that common law involuntary
manslaughter has developed in an unsatisfactory way and would
benefit from codification....
Brussels 24 and 25 October 2000
The European Commission is supporting a major
international conference, "Product Safety and Product Liability in
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