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The Electricity Generator Levy: An Update

On 20 December 2022 the government published a number of significant documents in relation to implementation of the Electricity Generator Levy.  Burges Salmon’s Energy Team provides an update on the latest position.
22 December 2022

Low Carbon Hydrogen Production Business Model Update

BEIS has just published an updated, worked up heads of terms for the agreement for the UK’s Low Carbon Hydrogen Production Business Model (“HBM”)
16 December 2022

The tail that wags the dog: What is reasonable and proportionate documentary disclosure in the context of procurement litigation?

We consider two recent judgments on the appropriate scope of disclosure for both a contracting authority and a challenging bidder

12 December 2022

The UK and South Korea finalise data transfer agreement

We examine the agreement between the UK and South Korea in relation to data transfers and the effect of this decision on businesses
06 December 2022

The Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 and the Renting Homes (Amendment) (Wales) Act 2021 - what do landlords need to know?

The law relating to rented property in Wales has changed today, immediately bringing with it a sea change in legislative approach. We summarise these changes for landlords.
01 December 2022

Electronic Communications Code Case Law Quarterly Update - Autumn 2022

This edition covers the renewal of Code agreements where there is a concurrent lease, access requirements for an MSV and valuing rent of mast sites under the 1954 Act

29 November 2022

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

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

The EU Digital Services Act and the Article 6 hosting exemption

We consider the relationship between the exemptions from liability for ISPs and the notification requirements under the new DSA
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

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