The intense scientific and technological development that took place in the second half of the twentieth century enhanced the emergence and importance of Consumer Law. Nowadays Consumer Law takes up special relevance as it impacts the access and development of economic activities, both online and offline. The protection of consumers' rights influences the natural course of business and may also encompass competition and antitrust issues.
Miranda's Consumer Law team integrates highly qualified attorneys with wide experience in collaborating with and exercising functions in: (i) Government and Local Authorities; (ii) Public Bodies and Enforcement Authorities; (iii) Consulting, Sectorial and Regulatory Entities and (iv) Consumer Protection Associations. This interaction has allowed our attorneys to have a deep understanding of consumer issues and provide assistance to a broad range of clients in a number of industries.
- Regulatory requirements
- Sales Conditions (both online and offline) and other more general contractual matters
- Advertising and marketing compliance
- Sales promotions and campaigns
- Consumer credit
- Public tenders
- Direct marketing
- Data protection and other privacy related aspects