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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 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

Press release

Burges Salmon boosts Net Zero and renewable Heat Networks practice

The firm welcomes experienced Renewable Energy sector lawyer, Charles Robson, to lead its Heat Networks practice, with partner James Horton

14 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

Burges Salmon Arbitration Basics: ad hoc vs institutional arbitration

This article sets out the key considerations for the parties when choosing whether to opt for an ad hoc or an institutional arbitration
14 October 2022

Burges Salmon Arbitration Basics: arbitration vs litigation

In this article, we look at some of the key issues to consider when choosing arbitration as compared to litigation
27 September 2022

Expert evidence in public procurement claims (Siemens v HS2)

In this article we look at the recent Siemens v HS2 judgment and discuss the clarity it provides where a party seeks permission for expert evidence in procurement litigation

26 August 2022

High court clarifies approach to colour trade marks

The High Court has clarified how the Court of Appeal’s 2013 Cadbury v Nestlé judgment should be applied to colour marks in practice
22 August 2022

Savings in PFI Contracts: is your insurance cost/gain share regime being properly applied?

As the costs of insuring PFI projects fall, is the public sector receiving its proper share of premium savings? Recent adjudication success calls into question

10 June 2022

Corporate structures and their impact on family business disputes

How do the structures of family businesses affect disputes? What happens if agreements are unwritten, inaccurate or out of date? When are agreements implied?
31 May 2022

Event

Webinar on-demand: The new Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022 – What does it mean for Landlords and Tenants?

In this on-demand webinar, we consider the impact of the new legislation on landlords, tenants and other parties that have interests in leasehold property
03 May 2022

Eight questions family business owners need to ask to avoid business-critical disputes

What do family business owners need to ask themselves to ensure they protect their businesses and avoid expensive, destructive disputes?
07 April 2022
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