FatFace has launched a product personalisation service available on a wide selection of clothing and select leather purchased online. The service will be fulfilled by My1st Years. The Debello Law retail team, led by Dean Dunham, drafted and advised on the fulfilment agreement.Details
Nanosynth group is a technology business that originated in Nottingham from a partnership with the university to develop the application of nano particles. Debello Law advised the listed company in relation to its joint venture with the Volz Group.Details
Carpetright is a leading flooring and bed provider and has firmly established itself as a household name. Debello Law has provided a unique online consumer law training course for the customer services team of the retailer.Details
Infinity Reliance Limited (which trades as ‘My First Years’) is one of the UK’s leading online baby and toddler retailers, specialising in bespoke goods. Debello advised the company on a debt raise.Details
Debello Law’s senior partner, Dean Dunham, is one of the most recognised lawyers in the UK and is widely regarded as one of the leading authorities on consumer law. Dean was awarded Consumer Lawyer of the Year in 2018, 2018 and 2020. Debello Law is delighted to announce that Dean has now been awarded Consumer…Details
Debello Law has provided written legal submissions to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in relation to the static caravan industry. Within the submissions, authored by Dean Dunham, it has been submitted that there are wide ranging breaches of consumer laws occurring within the sector, causing significant consumer detriment.
Debello Law has been appointed on a retainer basis to provide ‘in-house’ style advice to the listed company on a wide range of legal matters, including; AIM and other applicable rules, other regulatory matters, commercial contracts, corporate advice and intellectual property.
The Foskett independent Re-Review Panel (“Panel”) was established in 2020 to reassess the direct and consequential (‘D & C’) losses suffered by victims of the fraud committed at the ‘HBOS Impaired Assets unit based at Reading and Bishopsgate (‘IAR’)’. The Panel was established following the conclusions of Sir Ross Cranston’s report published in December 2019.…Details