CTSI can provide expert expert opinion on national trading standards policy and legislation. However, if you are looking for details of a specific case it is most likely a matter for the local authority trading standards team.
One of a pair of convicted rogue builders has been ordered to pay back more than £11,000 of his illegal earnings.
As the mercury drops, and the days get shorter in the run-up to winter, The Motor Ombudsman, the automotive dispute resolution provider, is urging drivers to look out for its widely-recognised logo at their local independent garage or franchised dealer when getting their car ready for the cold weather.
Nockolds Solicitors, which delivers Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) schemes to the optical and veterinary sectors, has successfully attained approved ADR status from the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI), making Nockolds the first law firm to be named an Approved ADR Scheme Provider.
A Surrey rogue trader and his money launderer son have been ordered to return more than £250,000 to elderly residents who were charged extortionate sums for shoddy roofing and building work.
David Collins, aged 42 of Belcamp Lane, Dublin appeared before Manchester Crown Courts on 3rd November 2017 in relation to a series of Trading Standards and Fraud offences.