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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

Continued momentum on economic crime and corporate transparency reform

The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill sets out a range of measures to tackle economic crime and improve transparency over UK businesses
02 November 2022

Fraudulent calumny and poisoning a testator’s mind

The court has set aside a Will because the testator’s mind had been poisoned against one child in favour of another
02 November 2022

Thomas Barnes & Sons PLC (in administration) -v- Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council

A recent TCC judgment has permitted an employer to terminate in circumstances where the notice of termination was not initially served in accordance with the contract
01 November 2022

Sustainability in the updated Construction Playbook

Is the recently updated Construction Playbook a useful tool in improving sustainability in the public sector?
01 November 2022

Procurement Bill: The Government publishes new training proposals and guidance

Government Procurement Reform Team seeks to prepare contracting authorities, utilities, concessions, and the defence sector for the advent of the Procurement Act with awareness, preparedness and training tools
31 October 2022

Brexit Bonfire: Retained Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill 2022

The Retained Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill 2022 is intended to remove remaining EU laws after Brexit, slash red tape, and boost innovation and investment
31 October 2022

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