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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

Reducing procurement scope during an economic downturn

We consider the issues that contracting authorities should consider if looking to reduce the scope of contracts regulated by the Public Contracts Regulations 2015
17 January 2023

Defence Procurement Update: Single Source Contract Regulations Reform

The Single Source Contract Regulations 2014 are being amended as part of the Procurement Bill, due to be enacted in 2023. This update looks at what to expect from the reforms. 
17 January 2023

A to Z of construction disputes: Avoidance and resolution – Part 2: N to Z

This two-part article explains some of the key concepts that anyone involved in the construction industry needs to know in order to avoid or resolve construction disputes
28 May 2019

A to Z of construction disputes: Avoidance and resolution – Part 1: A to M

This two-part article explains some of the key concepts that anyone involved in the construction industry needs to know in order to avoid or resolve construction disputes
14 May 2019

US trade barriers: the developing impact and international response

Following the announcement of US trade tariffs on steel and aluminium, we make some observations on the impacts on supply chains and consumers of growing trade barriers.
22 June 2018

Manifest error case dismissed after seven year procedural history

The case of R (Hersi & Co Solicitors) v Lord Chancellor has finally been decided, seven years after judicial review proceedings were first issued in the Administrative Court.
16 November 2017

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Burges Salmon appointed to Tier 1 of the government CCS General Legal Services panel

The 12 firms on the panel will be preferred suppliers for the UK government.
14 March 2017

Public procurement: when is a development agreement not a public works contract?

A review of R (Faraday Development Ltd) v West Berkshire Council and another which offers guidance on how development agreements can be structured to fall outside the scope of public procurement law.
22 September 2016

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