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Italy: Bank of Italy asks UK banks and financial institutions to inform customers on Brexit plans

On 19 February 2019, the Bank of Italy published a communication (the “Communication”) addressed to UK-based banks, payment institutions and e-money institutions operating in Italy under a branch or services passport as well as by availing themselves of a network … Continue reading

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The FDA to Leafy Green Growers – “Please voluntarily stop poisoning your customers”

The FDA today published its “Investigation Summary: Factors Potentially Contributing to the Contamination of Romaine Lettuce Implicated in the Fall 2018 Multi-State Outbreak of E. coli O157:H7.” First, a hat tip to the FDA investigators for getting at the report … Continue reading

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Relativity Reduces Data Fees for SaaS Customers, Adds New Licensing for Service Providers

E-discovery company Relativity is today announcing new pricing and licensing options for its cloud-based RelativityOne product, reducing data fees by up to 50 percent, introducing a more flexible billing model for all RelativityOne customers, and creating a special licensing option … Continue reading

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CMA receives ‘super-complaint’ in relation to customers paying a penalty for loyalty

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has received a ‘super-complaint’ from Citizens Advice in respect of price discrimination against long-term customers. Citizens Advice is seeking a response from CMA including a commitment to initiating a market study to identify remedies … Continue reading

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Greyhound Is Still Failing to Protect Customers from Border Patrol Abuse

The company continues to be complicit in the Trump deportation force’s unconstitutional immigration enforcement on board its buses. In January 2018, Border Patrol agents boarded a Greyhound bus in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and demanded identification from passengers. Videos of the … Continue reading

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