Businesses who deal with consumers will generally wish to have a good relationship with Government, regulators and other public authorities. However, there are times when a company’s interests are such that they come into conflict. At those times companies may wish to consider how that conflict might be resolved if it were to reach court (or in the context of certain competition disputes in the consumer sector, the Competition Appeal Tribunal). To that end, we have created a guide to Regulatory Disputes in the Consumer Sector which can be viewed by clicking the link below.
|Regulatory Disputes in the Consumer Sector|
This guide is designed for businesses that interact with consumers, for example, selling products to the public direct or through retailers, who might have to consider how to proceed when regulatory matters become contentious, and indeed those who work at regulators themselves. We have sought to collate a number of significant cases from recent years to demonstrate how administrative law principles work in practice within this sector. The guide has been written by members of our leading administrative and public law team which is routinely placed in the top tier in the legal directories. Please feel free to contact us using the details below.