European Union – Consumer protection. The application by a trader of a model for concluding contracts for the supply of telecommunications services under which the consumer had to take the final transactional decision in the presence of a courier who delivered the standard-form contract, without being able freely to take cognisance of the content of that contract while the courier was present, did not constitute a practice that could be classified as an aggressive commercial practice in all circumstances. The Court of Justice of the European Union so held, among other things, in proceedings concerning the classification of a commercial practice as an 'aggressive commercial practice' for the purposes of arts 8 and 9 of Directive (EC) 2005/29.