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.
DWF conducted a public survey and participated in a panel discussion on the issue at the recent Conservative Party Conference.
Surveying 10,000 consumers across 10 international markets, The DWF & Retail Week Global Consumer Report 2019 provides retailers and consumer goods businesses with critical insight into changing sentiment across the world.
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10,000 consumers took part in our survey to understand the global consumer behaviour trends key to retail strategy. In this section we deep-dive into each of the 10 jurisdictions we surveyed to explore the political and economic climate, some key stats around income and unemployment and how all of this is affecting the retail outlook.
The fragile political and economic climate will no doubt continue to weigh heavily on consumers globally. But, crucially, how will it affect their appetite for spending?
RT @DWF_Law: Following today's #budget announcement legal experts from #DWF comment on the #Chancellor's ‘Plan for Jobs’. https://t.co/zRiy…
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Retail, Food and Hospitality Regulatory Update W/E 5th July. COVID-19 government information published this week.
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July is a key month for employer tax compliance and businesses should take care to ensure that they do not overlook… https://t.co/sogOEwBguK
July is a key month for employer tax compliance and businesses should take care to ensure that they do not overlook forthcoming key compliance dates.
View the latest Brexit update for the Retail, Food & Hospitality sectors to ensure you're up to date on key industr… https://t.co/NELzA8UNL4
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act (the Act) came into force on 26 June and includes measures to help struggling UK companies to react and adapt to the impact of COVID-19 on businesses and the economy. This article considers how the Act affects termination clauses in contracts for the supply of goods and services.