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Return to business as usual for residential property?

Post COVID-19 the residential property market emerges from lockdown and may be a guide to confidence in the economy generally. What are the first indications?
04 June 2020

Preparing for a return to office working - Part 3

Planning a safe return to the office presents many challenges for landlords and occupiers. Here we explore fit out contract issues as offices are altered and reconfigured

29 June 2020

Procurement challenges: court guidance for authorities, bidders and procurement lawyers

Court procurement challenges are complex and often urgent. The Technology and Construction Court (TCC) has published guidance for authorities, bidders and specialist procurement lawyers.
26 July 2017

Procurement challenges: the court maintains an automatic suspension on contract signature

Bucking the usual trend, the challengers successfully maintained the automatic suspension on contract signature pending an expedited trial.
22 February 2018

The Big Procurement Switch: Find A Tender

The Find a Tender Service (FTS) will replace OJEU / TED in the UK for procurement started after 23:00 on 31 December 2020. This article summarises PPN 08/20
01 December 2020

Procurement challenges: costs awards can be made against non-parties

Preferred bidders need to protect their interests in procurement challenges. They may choose not to be a party to the claim but they may still have to pay another party’s costs.
31 January 2018

Procurement Challenges: High Court reiterates the importance of getting limitation right

A recent High Court decision has reiterated the importance of challenging procurement decisions at the right time: Riverside Truck Rental Limited v Lancashire County Council
26 May 2020

Procurement clarification on material variation and internal public authority awards

In Edenred (UK Group) Ltd v Her Majesty's Treasury, HMRC and NSI The Court ruled in favour of HM Treasury and commented on the area of material variation and direct awards to public sector bodies.
23 January 2015

How can businesses operating internationally respond to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

As concern grows internationally over the impact of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), we look at some practical steps importers and exporters can take to protect business and manage risk
12 February 2020

Public sector pensions and exit payments

A new £95,000 cap will apply to exit payments for public sector workers, the Government has confirmed. This follows its manifesto promise and a consultation.
24 September 2015

How can businesses prepare for the new points-based immigration system?

The new points-based immigration system which will apply from 1 January 2021 presents opportunities as well as challenges. Businesses keen to get ahead are advised to take steps now to prepare

27 February 2020

Public Procurement: Court of Appeal considers Concession Contract Regulations

The Court of Appeal has handed down its judgment in the case of Ocean Outdoor UK Limited v The London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham
18 October 2019