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The Procurement Bill: Recent changes following exit from House of Commons Committee Stage

Analysing four key substantive changes to the Procurement Bill following its exit from the House of Commons Committee Stage, including important changes to the new debarment regime
10 March 2023

When might a Contracting Authority have discretion to evaluate a late bid submission

We analyse Inhealth Intelligence v NHS England [2023] which considered both whether NHS England was entitled to exclude Inhealth, and circumstances in which it could have allowed the bid to proceed
06 March 2023

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Burges Salmon shortlisted in two categories at HealthInvestor Awards 2023

The firm’s Healthcare team has been shortlisted for 'Legal Advisors of the Year – Public’ and ‘Legal Advisors of the Year – Private’

22 February 2023

Hexpress Healthcare v CQC: the high bar for contesting CQC inspection reports

A recent judicial review claim brought by a care provider against the CQC in relation to an adverse CQC report, emphasises how difficult it is for Providers to successfully challenge CQC inspection reports via the judicial review process
22 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

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

Claimant obtains a suspension of a live procurement with no cross-undertaking in damages

A public authority has been ordered to halt a procurement mid-competition, without the challenger giving a cross-undertaking in damages. The Court also expressly linked the 'sufficiently serious' test to the test for an injunction.
13 October 2022

Healthcare Procurement - Awaiting the NHS Provider Selection Regime

The NHS Provider Selection Regime will introduce new, NHS-specific rules for the procurement of certain healthcare services. This article takes a look at what we know so far.
03 October 2022

Publicly procured contract ‘shortened’ by court for breaches

NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups fined and Contract Shortening Order made after unlawful ‘manipulation’ of procurement process to ensure winner

05 September 2022

The Changing Regulatory Landscape of Medical Devices - What can we expect?

We explore the proposed changes published in the UK Government’s response to the MHRA’s consultation on the regulatory framework governing medical devices in the UK
25 July 2022

The EU’s proposed AI Act – a quick guide for HealthTech

An article summarising the EU’s proposed regulation of Artificial Intelligence and why HealthTech companies, in the UK, EU and elsewhere should pay attention now
25 July 2022

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Burges Salmon advises Gavi on global vaccine partnership with International Rescue Committee and World Vision

Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, helps vaccinate the world’s children against deadly and debilitating infectious diseases

27 June 2022
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