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Not Fazed –September Sales and Consumer Confidence Defy Expectations

Published on 18 October 2017. By Henry Priestley, Senior Associate and Jani Ihalainen, Paralegal

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Building on the positive sales figures at the end of the summer period, which we discussed in an earlier article, retailers have kept the momentum going in September.

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Instant Retail Therapy

Published on 16 October 2017. By Karen Hendy, Head of Corporate and Nadia Tymkiw, Trainee Solicitor

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ASOS Instant, the same-day delivery service launched by ASOS last week, reflects the growing momentum of "fast shopping", where the ultimate consumer experience is effortless and almost instantaneous.

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Luxury fast fashion

Published on 26 September 2017. By Amelia Cave, Associate and Lorcan Treacy, Trainee Solicitor

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The world of high-end fashion has relied on a stable business model for decades; luxury collections are previewed at major fashion events, anticipation builds and then up to six months later products actually go on sale. But it was clear from last week's London Fashion Week that the luxury fashion model is changing as some brands seek to take advantage of consumer demand for fast fashion.

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Retail sales are bright as summer comes to a close

Published on 12 September 2017. By Henry Priestley, Senior Associate and Jani Ihalainen, Paralegal

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Introducing our new commercial law briefings for retailers

Published on 11 September 2017. By Alyson Lloyd, Senior Associate

Introducing our new commercial law briefings for retailers

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Appification of Retail and Data Protection

Published on 22 August 2017. By Nicola Cain, Partner and Jani Ihalainen, Paralegal

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The rise in online retail is seen by many as one of the key causes of the decline in footfall on the UK's high streets in recent years but the high street has been fighting back with its own innovative use of technology to help get more shoppers back into physical stores.

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Advertisement consent – five rules for retailers

Published on 26 July 2017. By Caroline Bywater, Head of Planning

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A summary of advertisement control for retailers in England, including deemed consent provisions, applications, standard conditions and discontinuance orders.

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Retailers make hay while the sun shines

Published on 17 July 2017. By Henry Priestley, Senior Associate and Jani Ihalainen, Paralegal

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Retailers make hay while the sun shines

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Election results a mixed bag for retailers

Published on 14 June 2017. By Karen Hendy, Head of Corporate and Charlotte Thompson, Associate

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The immediate impact of last week’s election was a mixed bag for retailers in the UK, with some share prices falling whilst others were on the up following the result.

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What next for the Energy Performance of Retail Buildings?

06 March 2017

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After the initial success of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) and the widespread introduction of the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) into property transactions, what can we expect from the proposed revisions of the EPBD?

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