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“You ought to have known”: Limitation arguments in the context of new claims in existing procurement litigation

The Court provides further guidance on when things about which a Claimant “ought to have known” will start the 30 day limitation clock for procurement challenges. (Siemens v HS2)
07 November 2022

“You ought to have known”: Deeper Dive on how specific factors drove the limitation outcome in Siemens v HS2

This article is our in more depth review of the facts of the latest Siemens v HS2 judgment in which the Court provided guidance on when things about which a Claimant “ought to have known” will start the 30 day limitation clock for procurement challenges
07 November 2022

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Burges Salmon advises Kona Energy on sale of future 200MW battery storage facility

The firm has advised Kona Energy on the sale of a future 200MW battery storage facility to Gore Street Energy Storage Fund, a listed energy storage fund supporting the transition to low carbon power

07 November 2022

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Burges Salmon appoints leading Energy sector specialist as partner

Firm appoints Malcolm Donald as a partner in its Energy Transition team
07 November 2022

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Burges Salmon marks 27th UN Climate Change Conference

The firm celebrates its ongoing commitment to the environment and taking positive action on climate change as part of the 27th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties

07 November 2022

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Burges Salmon volunteers take on local school renovation project

Members of the firm teamed up with Easton CE Academy for a renovation project, volunteering to transform the school

07 November 2022

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Burges Salmon named as one of the 2022 eprivateclient Top Law Firms

The firm has appeared amongst the Top Law Firms in eprivateclient’s annual series of rankings

07 November 2022

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Burges Salmon wins at Bristol Law Society Awards 2022

The firm wins the Sustainable Business of the Year accolade at the annual awards ceremony

04 November 2022

Continued momentum on economic crime and corporate transparency reform

The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill sets out a range of measures to tackle economic crime and improve transparency over UK businesses
02 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

Press release

Burges Salmon advises Kona Energy on sale of 200MW battery storage

The firm has advised Kona on its sale to Gore Street Energy Storage Fund plc, London's first listed energy storage fund supporting the transition to low carbon power

02 November 2022

Sustainability in the updated Construction Playbook

Is the recently updated Construction Playbook a useful tool in improving sustainability in the public sector?
01 November 2022

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