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Tag: Law

The action of trump worse than delinquency of any former president, Law Prof states

Last Wednesday, the legal law scholar said that the house impeachment panel attempt of President Donald Trump to ask a foreign examination into his political challenger as well as his hindrance of congressional examination expanse to the poorest political misbehaviour in history.This is exactly wrongdoing that the framers made a constitution such as summons to …

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Ecommerce consumer law may include social media shopping, Retail News, ET Retail

BENGALURU: The government is thinking of regulating products and services sold on social networks such as Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and WhatsApp under the upcoming rules to protect consumers who transact on ecommerce portals. The move comes amid increasing complaints, both on the National Consumer Helpline and other portals that track consumer grievances, about products sold …

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Why does John Lewis act as if it is above the law? | Money

In May this year, my husband bought me a pair of Sony in-ear headphones from one of the John Lewis stores in London. I soon discovered that they did not hold their charge, and then a week ago they stopped charging at all. We live near Tunbridge Wells, so took them back to this store. …

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A law in the making to guard ecommerce consumers, Retail News, ET Retail

Ecommerce firms and their vendors could face penalties if they violate the proposed rules for protecting consumers on ecommerce platforms. The ministry of consumer affairs is looking to add a section detailing the penalties in the upcoming Consumer Protection (ecommerce) Rules, a senior government official told ET. The ministry earlier extended the deadline for stakeholders …

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Bentley Motors loses trademark battle over branded clothing | Business

Bentley Motors has lost a long-running high court trademark battle with a small, family-owned business, which could mean the luxury carmaker has to destroy all of its branded clothing. The high court in London on Friday ruled that Bentley Motors had infringed trademarks owned by Manchester-based Brandlogic, which owns the Bentley Clothing brand. Bentley Motors …

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