The CCPC is responsible for monitoring compliance with and enforcement of the Platform to Business Regulations. These rules create a fair business environment for smaller businesses and traders on online platforms. Find out more about the P2B Regulations.
A key element of competition is price. It is essential that businesses set their prices independently. Price fixing is a serious form of anti-competitive …
This guidance will be helpful to any business who intends to produce or distribute Barrier Masks for consumer use. There are different types of …
The Consumer Protection (Gift Vouchers) Act 2019 came into effect in December 2019 and brought changes that your business needs to be aware of
As a distributor or retailer placing or making electrical chargers available on the market in Ireland, you are legally required to comply with the …
Download our guidelines for contracts of care in nursing homes The European Communities (Unfair Terms in Consumer …
The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) has responsibility for enforcing competition and consumer protection law, as well as a specific remit in relation …
Download our Geo-blocking business guide Geo-blocking is the practice, by online traders, of using technology to restrict access to online cross-border sales for reason …
The Consumer Rights Directive (CRD) came into force in 2014 and introduced a number of important changes to consumer law. It provides consumers with increased protection in distance selling (e.g. online) and off-premises (e.g. doorstep sales) contracts.
This guide is intended to help you spot some tell-tale signs of bid-rigging or collusive tendering, as well as practical advice on what you can do to prevent bid-rigging and what to do if you suspect that it has happened.