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Consumer Products

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As a player in the consumer products sector, you face a myriad of challenges such as globalisation and digitalisation, environmental and health concerns, supply chain management, consumer and media pressure, growing retailer buyer power, the rise of online selling and counterfeiting. All place new demands on your management and business strategy but also drive the need for legal advice. Our team is structured around the key sectors of consumer products including food and drink, cosmetics and personal care, clothing and accessories, electronics, retail industry and household. Whether you are a supplier, investor or other stakeholder, we have consumer products experts to help, whatever your situation.

In order to give you the targeted legal advice your business needs, our teams have experts from every legal area affecting your sector. This means we can guide you on all legal and regulatory aspects - from the financing and acquisition of companies, through to antitrust and unfair competition law, media management, nutritional and health claims, advertising and marketing, strategies for the protection of intellectual property rights, import and export customs, outsourcing, e-commerce, distribution agreements, real estate transactions, product liability and recalls and much more. Our experts will keep you abreast of the latest sector insight and developments, giving you a commercial, as well as a legal edge.

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03/02/2020
Does the Coronavir­us Out­break con­sti­tute Force Ma­jeure?
23 May 19
Tack­ling single-use plastics: the ad­vent of many leg­al meas­ures which...
Yes­ter­day’s an­nounce­ment that sub­ject to cer­tain ex­cep­tions plastic straws, plastic stemmed cot­ton buds and plastic bever­age stir­rers in Eng­land will be pro­hib­ited from sup­ply as of April 2020 has gained...
12/13/2019
Stricter Re­call Ob­lig­a­tions for Con­sumer Goods Start­ing...
27 Sep 18
Na­tion­al gambling au­thor­it­ies is­sue a de­clar­a­tion in which they raise...
On 17 Septem­ber 2018, 17 gambling reg­u­lat­ors is­sued a de­clar­a­tion in which they raised their con­cerns re­lated to the blur­ring lines between gambling and gam­ing. The de­clar­a­tion iden­ti­fies four main areas...
09 Apr 18
Re­call Pro­ced­ure Cla­ri­fied for De­fect­ive Im­por­ted Con­sumer...
07 Jun 18
In­de­pend­ent re­view of in­teg­rity in ten­nis
In early 2016, the four or­gan­isa­tions prin­cip­ally re­spons­ible for gov­ern­ing pro­fes­sion­al ten­nis at the in­ter­na­tion­al level, the ATP, the WTA, the ITF and the Grand Slam Board (the "In­ter­na­tion­al Gov­ern­ing...
23 Aug 16
New Meas­ures on PRC On­line Food Sales
02 Feb 18
IBM Wat­son at work
There may be much hype around ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence but IBM has been demon­strat­ing the busi­ness po­ten­tial of ma­chine learn­ing through its Wat­son ana­lyt­ics plat­form since 2011. Wat­son came about...
30/05/2016
Re­call and Pub­lic In­terest Lit­ig­a­tion - Two New Reg­u­la­tions...
China In­sight - Con­sumer Products
21 Jul 17
China launches spe­cif­ic Pro­gram against fraud­u­lent and false ad­vert­ising...
Re­cently, the Food Safety Of­fice of the State Coun­cil (the “Of­fice”) and nine oth­er de­part­ments jointly is­sued the No­tice on the Pro­gram of Over­haul­ing Fraud­u­lent and False Ad­vert­ising of Food and...
07/04/2015
China In­sight - Con­sumer Products
New AIC Meas­ures will be Chal­len­ging for Busi­ness Op­er­at­ors...
28 Mar 17
On the road to autonom­ous vehicles
Con­nec­ted and autonom­ous vehicle (“CAV”) tech­no­lo­gies are set to have a pro­found so­cial and eco­nom­ic im­pact world­wide and con­tin­ue to ac­cu­mu­late a great weight of ex­pect­a­tion. Ad­voc­ates ar­gue that...