Pushing the Marketing Boundaries and The New Cost of Upsetting Consumers

01 Oct 2014

Introduction

For some time it has been unlawful for businesses to use misleading (or aggressive) commercial practices but, until now, consumers have not had weapons in their armoury to seek financial compensation if they have been the victim of such trading practices. Change is imminent.

From 1 October 2014, consumers will have new private rights of direct redress against traders who commit aggressive or misleading practices pursuant to the Cons...

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