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Direct awards to private non-profit organisations

The Court of Justice of the EU is considering a number of cases which concern when a public authority can legitimately procure services without a competition from other public sector entities.

07 March 2014


Concept Spring 2014

Welcome to the Spring 2014 edition of Concept, the latest news bulletin from Burges Salmon’s Intellectual Property and Technology Team.
06 March 2014

ICO updates privacy impact assessment code

The ICO has recently published its updated privacy impact assessments code of practice. It offers some tips on measures that can be taken to reduce privacy risk.
27 February 2014

Transport Select Committee response to the Laidlaw Report

The Transport Select Committee published the government’s update on its response to the Laidlaw Report on Friday 14 February. 
26 February 2014

Rare interpleader relief awarded to Football League

The Football League was recently awarded rare interpleader relief in the Bristol Mercantile and Commercial Courts. 
13 February 2014

Court of Appeal judge criticises West Yorkshire Police in Leeds United case

An Appeal Court Judge has criticised the conduct of West Yorkshire Police in the latest aspect of the ongoing dispute between Leeds United Football Club and West Yorkshire Police.
13 February 2014

Proposals for sharing confidential bidder information between government bodies

The Cabinet Office has issued a policy note which aims to ensure that procurement information relating to bidders can be shared across central government bodies. 
13 February 2014


New consumer rights to impact suppliers of digital content

The Consumer Rights Bill sets out a framework that consolidates key consumer rights contracts for goods and services, unfair terms, rights and remedies in relation to the quality of digital content.
13 February 2014

Adoption by the EU Council of the new procurement package

On 11 February, the Council of the EU adopted without amendment a package of three new directives which will overhaul the operation of public procurement across the EU.
12 February 2014


European Commission takes more steps to modernise application of State aid rules

The European Commission has recently published a raft of new measures modernising and simplifying State Aid legislation. Our State Aid team takes a look at the latest developments.
30 January 2014

Parliament to scrutinise overhaul of UK consumer law

The Consumer Rights Bill consolidates the majority of UK consumer law relating to the sale of goods, supply of services and unfair contract terms.
28 January 2014

Formal adoption of the new procurement and concessions directives

On 15 January, major reforms of the European Union's public procurement law were adopted by the European Parliament. Our procurement team take a closer look at the new measures and their implications.
17 January 2014
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