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Hogan Lovells Publications

Doing business – Consumer sector

Entering a new market can be a game changer for businesses in the consumer industry, but it can come with some significant legal risks. Consumer protection laws, supply chain issues,...

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Re-open for business in the UK: How to safely reintroduce sports fans into sporting venues

They say a week is a long time in sport. No wonder then that the sight of fans standing shoulder to shoulder in sporting venues around the country seems like such a distant memory, four...

News

Re-open for business in the UK – How to safely re-open restaurants, pubs, and bars

The government has announced that on 4 July 2020, it will commence the third stage of its plan to ease the 'lockdown' restrictions implemented in England due to COVID-19. Following the re-op...

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Re-open for business in the UK – How to safely re-open shops and retail outlets

The UK government has set out a three-stage plan to ease the "lockdown" restrictions implemented due to COVID-19. The first stage commenced on 13 May, with some restrictions on who can go...

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Re-Open for Business in the UK – How to plan a safe return to the workplace

As the UK nears the end of its 7th week in 'lockdown', it is widely anticipated that the government will shortly start to ease restrictions and enable a gradual return to the workplace....

Analysis

Five things retailers should consider in the COVID-19 era
Registered Content

As the world learns how to navigate the new normal, businesses have become accustomed to dealing with what used to be considered exceptional – managing mass shut-downs, disrupted...

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Doing Business in the UK: Consumer Sector 2020

News

Soft Drinks Industry Levy ("SDIL") – How We Can Help You

SDIL, also known as 'sugar tax', has been in force since 6 April 2018.There are two rates of tax depending on the sugar content of the drink: 18p per litre on drinks that have...

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