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Drones: disputes, disruption and efficiency in the construction industry

Drone (UAV) technology has made major leaps forward in the past few years and presents significant opportunities for improving efficiency and reducing disputes in the construction sector.
16 July 2018

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Burges Salmon wins European Chemicals Agency appeal

Burges Salmon has successfully challenged a decision of the European Chemicals Agency, saving a chemical consortium hundreds of thousands of Euros.
16 July 2018

Public procurement: will the evaluation of social value become compulsory?

The UK government has announced changes to extend the scope of the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012, designed to rebuild trust after the collapse of Carillion.
13 July 2018

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Burges Salmon collaborates with FSCS for sixth Bright Sparks work experience programme

For the sixth consecutive year, the firm has run the Bright Sparks work experience programme for students aged 15 to 17.
13 July 2018

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Burges Salmon advises Torbay Council on £32m property development finance agreement

Burges Salmon's banking team has advised Torbay Council on a mezzanine financing agreement for a £32 million property development with Tolent Construction.
11 July 2018

GDPR: what are the data protection priorities for pension trustees?

Pension scheme trustees have been working hard to towards compliance with GDPR but most still have a “to do” list. We consider the priorities.
11 July 2018

Pension trustees’ investment duties: consultation on ESG factors

The government has issued a consultation on environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations in occupational pension scheme investment.
11 July 2018

Christian Louboutin’s fight to protect his signature ‘red sole’ trade mark

The European Court of Justice decides that Louboutin’s trade mark does not fall within one of the absolute grounds of refusal.
11 July 2018

What makes a price excessive? The CAT weighs in on Pfizer and Flynn Pharma’s pricing

The Competition Appeal Tribunal has partially annulled the Competition and Markets Authority’s decision to fine Pfizer and Flynn Pharma for abuse of dominance by imposing excessive prices.
10 July 2018

Water regulation: Ofwat penalising Thames Water highlights key issues at PR19 and beyond

With PR19 in mind, water and sewerage undertakers will need to focus on the lessons from TMS’s experiences, particularly as regards setting ODIs, subcontracting and ongoing regulatory reporting.
10 July 2018

Public procurement: CCS launches new Public Sector Contract

CCS has launched a new Public Sector Contract designed for use in framework arrangements where the government calls off common goods and services.
10 July 2018

Court of Appeal holds landowner liable for spread of Japanese Knotweed

The Court of Appeal has upheld a damages claim despite no physical damage to property, on the grounds that spread of Japanese Knotweed to neighbouring land impacts amenity value of real estate.
06 July 2018
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