From farm to fork, factory to front door, our expert sector team advises on a full range of legal disciplines and retail regulations. Whether consumer channels (including website and mobile app development, licensing and end-user terms and conditions), executive contracts, remuneration levels, exits and board disputes, single site developments, complex international multi-site, multi-use developments or working with regulators and government departments, as well as the media, to shape future legislation. We want to reduce risks, create opportunities and build sustainable, innovative strategies for success.
DWF is the most popular law firm that FTSE 100 retailers currently turn to.– The Lawyers Market Intelligence team
DWF is the most popular law firm that FTSE 100 retailers currently turn to, according to a report by The Lawyers Market Intelligence team. We think like retailers and deliver the best service to meet your commercial needs. We save you time and money through the use of innovative information management. We provide expert strategic solutions to achieve commercial objectives and we provide an international service, delivered locally.
Having worked in-house for some of the largest retailers, as well as on secondments, our retail industry experts understand your commercial needs and the energetic legal and regulatory solutions required.
We believe that an exemplary legal service, combined with over 30 years of experience of working in the retail sector, is the reason that major household names like Marks & Spencer, Harvey Nichols and Morrisons trust us.
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DWF would like to invite you to attend a seminar focussing on the implications of Brexit on the Food and Drink Industry. This event is geared towards European businesses operating within the UK's Food and drink industry and is being held in conjunction with the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the UK (ICCIUK).
Food & Retail Regulatory round-up w/e 23 September:: Future direction set for food inspection; ASA rules out extension of time limited offers; Sainsbury’s ASDA merger referred for in depth investigation
Food & Retail Regulatory round-up w/e 16 September: Consultation on mandatory display of calorie information; Underage sale of knives and alcohol reported; Food businesses urged to do more on providing allergy information
Food & Retail Regulatory round-up w/e 9 September: Facebook posts by Gin Society ruled to be 'Commercial Communications', Gambling Commission continue push on standards, Results of survey of antimicrobial resistance in pork mince and chicken published.
The adoption of data analytics has grown exponentially, but concerns over security and privacy remain. Read the second in our series of articles that explores how technology is being harnessed to drive the transport of the future.
Food & Retail Regulatory round-up w/e 2 September: Carrier bag charge to be doubled to 10p and scope widened; Consultation on age limit for the sale of energy drinks; Competition and Markets Authority acts to protect consumers