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Conarken reaffirmed: negligent drivers liable to pay for rail network delays

Drivers (namely insurers) of road vehicles are liable for Network Rail’s TAC Schedule 8 loss if they negligently damage rail track or other installations and cause consequential TOC delays.
11 June 2015

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Public Procurement Mystery Shopper Scheme; a new statutory obligation to comply

The Mystery Shopper Scheme is an alternative for suppliers to bring a complaint about poor procurement practice. We explain how the law affords greater enforcement powers to the Mystery Shopper Scheme.
08 June 2015

UK competition law: Court of Appeal rocks the boat in Eurotunnel/SeaFrance case

The Court of Appeal has upheld an appeal brought by SCOP against the decision of the Competition and Market Authority (CMA) on jurisdiction in the Eurotunnel/SeaFrance merger. 
04 June 2015

Consumer Rights Act puts unfair terms in the spotlight

Businesses should act now to ensure that they comply with the Consumer Rights Act which serves to protect consumers against contract terms and notices that give traders an unfair advantage.
03 June 2015

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Moseley revisited: Public Consultation may not need to set out alternative options

We look at R (Angharad Morris and Donna Thomas) v Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council which considers the scope of Moseley in the duty to give information on alternative options in consultations.
03 June 2015

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Concept ; Summer 2015

The latest bulletin from our Intellectual Property team looks at the 'own name' defence to trade mark infringement, the EU's Digital Single Market strategy and more. 
02 June 2015

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Freedom of any information?

Information held by public authorities is potentially disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 depending on what constitutes "information" and potential reasons for refusing a request.
01 June 2015

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Technical requirements and the exclusion of market progress

Public Procurement regulation can be seen to make it difficult for public bodies to buy the most up-to-date equipment. This article explores how a Romanian public authority got around this.
22 May 2015

Consumer Rights Act

The Consumer Rights Bill received Royal Assent on 26 March, just before Parliament ended for the run-up to the General Election.
28 April 2015

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Major construction and infrastructure projects: developing sustainable skills

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has announced a policy to drive investment in workforce skills and improve training opportunities. Who will be affected and why should you comply?
24 April 2015

A phone call led to a legally binding contract, Carlyle v RBS reaches the Supreme Court

Our commercial team reports on Carlyle v RBS in which a phone call led to a legally binding contract.
08 April 2015

More Government guidance on the new Public Contracts Regulations 2015

Following the introduction of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 which were in force from 26 February 2015, the UK Government is issuing a series of guidance notes. 
07 April 2015
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