Samsung Note 7 Report Blames Battery Design Flaws South Korea headquartered vendor Samsung concluded design and manufacturing faults of batteries in its Galaxy Note 7 caused some of the devices to overheat . . . Read more about this in our newsletter . . .
After nearly four years of negotiation between the EU institutions, industry and Member States, the end of the legislation procedure is . . . Read more about this in our newsletter . . . French Supreme Court Ruling Clarifies Liability for Defective Products A decision by the French Supreme Court clarifies some of the conditions for the imposition of liability with respect to defective products in ways that may be surprising to those more accustomed to U.S. product laibility law . . . Read more about this in our newsletter . . .
Recently China's Food and Drug Administration released the Provisions for Medical Device Recall. The New Recall Rules, becoming effective May 1, 2017 will replace the existing Interim Provisions for Medcal Device Recall . . . Read more about this in our newsletter . . .
Australia: New Country of Origin Laws
On February 8, 2017 the Senate passed the long awaited Competition and Consumer Amendment Bill 2016. The new laws supplement the recent country of origin labelling reforms for food businesses . . .