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Planning and Compulsory Purchase Webinar Series 2022

In this quarterly webinar series we cover a range of topical issues led by planning and compulsory purchase specialists
06 September 2022

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Burges Salmon appoints new senior technology and data specialist

The firm welcomes experienced technology lawyer, Martin Cuell

06 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

Digital Divorce: Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency, first left in the hands of computer scientists, is now commonplace. This article looks at the effect it is having on divorce

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

ESG loans will play key role in future of housing

A summary of the key considerations for sustainability and ESG linked lending in the housing sector

31 August 2022

Monster fails in its RED DAWG trade mark opposition appeal to the UK High Court

The UKIPO’s finding that RED DAWG took unfair advantage of earlier trade mark RED BULL following a finding of ‘free-riding’ has been upheld
30 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

Press release

Burges Salmon advises Santander UK on funding for Cotswolds Distillery

The firm has advised Santander UK on the provision of funding for English whisky and gin producer Cotswolds Distillery
25 August 2022

A closer examination of the DWP's DB Funding and Investment consultation

The DWP published its long awaited consultation on the DB Funding and Investment regulations on 26 July. We look at some of the finer points of the new requirements.
24 August 2022
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