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Procurement Case Law Update: the automatic suspension, expedited trials and ‘protective’ proceedings

We consider recent procurement cases in relation to the automatic suspension, expedited trials and issuing claims mid process before a bidder knows if it has won or lost
12 October 2021

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Webinar: Brexit Bitesize - SWALA update on the ramifications of leaving the EU

Taking place on 22nd September, this webinar will provide an overview of the current implications of Brexit in areas of interest to administrative lawyers
06 September 2021

The Draft Building Safety Bill – Burges Salmon’s view

In this article, we provide our analysis of the main concerns with, and implications of, the draft Building Safety Bill
27 July 2021

Draft Building Safety Bill – an analysis of the key provisions

In this article, we analyse the detail of the Building Safety Bill and highlight the key points you need to know
27 July 2021

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Burges Salmon appointed to CCS Trade Law Panel with US law firm Arent Fox

In a consortium with US law firm Arent Fox, the firm has been appointed to the UK government’s post-Brexit trade law panel following a competitive process
22 January 2021

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Burges Salmon advises UK government on key part of COVID-19 response

The firm’s Healthcare practice has worked with BEIS to secure an important part of the UK’s response to COVID-19
18 August 2020

COVID-19 impact on construction disputes – our top tips for virtual proceedings

The pandemic has significantly changed how construction claims are dealt with. We look at the impact on adjudication, arbitration and litigation
14 August 2020

Governance and duties in the time of COVID-19

When faced with financial difficulty, directors face additional duties and responsibilities. This article outlines the key considerations and practical points for directors to consider
23 March 2020

CCS issues guidance on public procurement for COVID-19-related requirements

This note provides guidance for central government, local authorities, NHS Trusts and CCGs and other contracting authorities on using the 'extreme urgency' exemption
20 March 2020

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Burges Salmon supports Institute for Government report, ‘Carillion: two years on’

The firm’s Public Sector team has worked with the Institute for Government on its latest report on the government’s Outsourcing Playbook in the wake of the Carillion collapse
19 March 2020

Local Government Pension Scheme: Reform of the rules on exit credits announced

MHCLG has published a partial response to its consultation on the Local Valuation Cycle and the Management of Employer Risk

09 March 2020

Public Procurement: Court of Appeal considers Concession Contract Regulations

The Court of Appeal has handed down its judgment in the case of Ocean Outdoor UK Limited v The London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham
18 October 2019
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