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The EAT’s decision in Beattie: a victory for Brexiteers

The case restricts new claims in respect of age discriminatory rules, practices, actions or decisions that relate to pre-1 December 2006 pensionable service
28 November 2022

Social isolation and mental health: the employer’s role in the post-pandemic workplace

Poorly managed working arrangements can lead to social isolation and adverse health consequences. We explore what employers can do to combat the effects of this
24 November 2022

The EU Digital Services Act and the Article 6 hosting exemption

Isaac Bedi and David Varney consider the relationship between the exemptions from liability for ISPs and the notification requirements under the new DSA
22 November 2022

Unblocking gridlock: CQC publishes the 2022 State of Care report

The CQC has published its State of Care Report for 2022, offering a nuanced and data rich picture of the health and social care system. The Report describes a health and care system in gridlock, but a new legislative framework offers opportunity for change.
22 November 2022

Procurement Expert View: Why the automatic suspension to prevent contract signature rarely remains in place

Analysing cases since 2017, and looking at the applicable test through the latest case law (Practice Plus), we consider the factors which have led to the overwhelming majority of automatic suspensions being lifted in procurement cases over the last 5 years
18 November 2022

The Procurement Bill: Key changes proposed following the House of Lords Committee Stage

In this article we analyse some of the key proposed updates to the Procurement Bill following its progress through the Committee stage of the House of Lords

18 November 2022

What is philanthropy and why is it important to our clients?

An interview with private client associate Alyssa Haggarty on the importance of philanthropy and the options philanthropists should consider

16 November 2022

ICO issues updated guidance on Direct Email Marketing

We examine the ICO’s long-awaited new guidance on direct marketing using electronic mail and how organisations can comply with the new requirements
11 November 2022

Small Modular Reactors: siting considerations and consenting routes

Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) are increasingly being seen as a critical component of the UK’s future energy generation landscape. We outline the key developments influencing the siting considerations and consenting routes for those projects.
10 November 2022

Important decision on agricultural Notices to Quit

Thomas v Turner is a controversial Court of Appeal decision narrowing scope for the court to 'rescue' and hold valid an incorrect agricultural Notice to Quit

09 November 2022

“You ought to have known”: Limitation arguments in the context of new claims in existing procurement litigation

The Court provides further guidance on when things about which a Claimant “ought to have known” will start the 30 day limitation clock for procurement challenges. (Siemens v HS2)
07 November 2022

“You ought to have known”: Deeper Dive on how specific factors drove the limitation outcome in Siemens v HS2

This article is our in more depth review of the facts of the latest Siemens v HS2 judgment in which the Court provided guidance on when things about which a Claimant “ought to have known” will start the 30 day limitation clock for procurement challenges
07 November 2022

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