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Do you have enough information to bring your procurement claim in time?

Unsuccessful bidders face the challenge of deciding on limited information whether to bring a procurement claim under time pressure. Specific disclosure may not be the answer.
12 October 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon shortlisted in three categories at national legal awards

Burges Salmon shortlisted at the Legal Week British Legal Awards 2017 for its work in energy, pensions and private client.
12 October 2017

Planning enforcement action: are stricter controls being imposed?

If planning permission is not obtained (intentionally or as an oversight), the local planning authority can take enforcement action. The most commonly used power is a planning enforcement notice.
10 October 2017

UK government introduces Data Protection Bill to Parliament – what are the key changes?

The government has published its Data Protection Bill. The Bill will prepare the UK’s laws for the digital age and give citizens more control over their privacy. We look at the key changes.
06 October 2017

Pension scheme investment: ESG factors and the new role of member engagement

The Law Commission's report highlights the ever greater role of environmental, social and governance factors in investment. Trustees will increasingly need to engage with members on these issues.
06 October 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon takes on new legal apprentices

The firm has hired four new legal apprentices following the success of its inaugural apprenticeship programme last year.
05 October 2017

Financing battery storage projects: what are the key considerations?

We outline the key factors for borrowers and lenders to consider when financing battery storage projects, based on our experience working on one of the first UK battery storage project financings.
04 October 2017

What is a professional trustee? The Pensions Regulator has clarified its definition

The Pensions Regulator expects more of professional trustees than of their lay colleagues and is likely to impose heavier sanctions for underperformance. It matters which side of the line you stand.
03 October 2017

Sales of counterfeit products thrive on social media

Independent research from the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has identified how social media platforms exacerbate the sale of counterfeit goods online.
02 October 2017

Waste duty of care prosecution is a lesson for all businesses

Sunderland firm receives criminal conviction and £14,700 penalty for not doing its due diligence on where its waste was going.
02 October 2017

Latest speeches from the Serious Fraud Office: five things we’ve learned

At the Cambridge Symposium the Serious Fraud Office discussed their enforcement record, DPAs, international cooperation and the future enforcement landscape. We look at five key learning points.
29 September 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon advised Anesco on UK's first subsidy-free solar farm

Anesco’s Clayhill solar farm and energy storage facility will generate enough electricity for around 2,500 homes and save 4,452 tonnes of carbon.
29 September 2017
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