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Braceurself Part 2: Successful Claimant denied damages as breach was not “sufficiently serious”

Despite a bidder succeeding in its legal claim, establishing that the Contracting Authority breached procurement law and that it should have been awarded the contract, it has been left without any damages

20 September 2022

Procurement Expert View on Expedited Trials and Automatic Suspension following Camelot’s withdrawn appeal in the National Lottery litigation

We consider the recent range of outcomes in interlinked applications for expedited trials and to lift the automatic suspension
07 September 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

Braceurself: One simple mistake leads to successful procurement challenge on the basis of Manifest Error

A single mistake led the court to conclude that Braceurself should have been awarded a high value contract for dental services. We examine this case as an example of a successful procurement challenge... but which may yet have one final twist in the tale.
02 September 2022

Reasons and Reasoning: What’s the right level of record keeping of evaluation decisions?

In this ‘Expert View’ article we look at key cases concerning record keeping of evaluation decisions, and what these decisions mean in practice

01 September 2022

Remedies under the Procurement Bill

Observations on the proposals in the Procurement Bill regarding remedies and enforcement 
31 August 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

The Procurement Bill: progress through the House of Lords

Following the UK’s exit from the EU, the government has set out major reforms to the rules governing public sector buying in the new Procurement Bill
15 August 2022

The Procurement Bill: an expert briefing

Following the UK’s exit from the EU, the government has set out major reforms to the rules governing public sector buying in the new Procurement Bill

20 July 2022

Transforming Public Procurement: Part 4

What's the future for management of publicly procured contracts?
23 March 2022

Transforming Public Procurement: Part 3

What’s the future of bid challenges?
16 March 2022

Transforming Public Procurement: Part 2

What’s the future of public procurement routes in the UK?
09 March 2022
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