New Guidance Issued By TCC On Public Procurement Cases

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Our latest article looks the new guidance issued by the TCC on public procurement disputes. [Read More...]

Changing a Public Procurement Contract?

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The long-running woe of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) continues [Read More...]

Damages in Procurement Claims

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In December 2016, another decision came out of the long-running saga of Energy Solutions EU Ltd v Nuclear Commissioning Authority. [Read More...]

EnergySolutions EU Ltd v Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – Good News For Procurement Challengers

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Challenging a procurement decision is not easy, especially given the short time-frame the standstill period provides between acceptance of a tender and the signing of the contract (typically 10 days). [Read More...]

Procurement and Brexit – What are the Implications?

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With June 23rd fast approaching, are we about to turn back the clock and return to a time of fairly unregulated procurement policies if Britain chose to exit the EU? Or, as appears to be the case in most regulations in the case of a Brexit, is nothing much likely to change procurement wise if Britain wants to continue having free access to the EU market? [Read More...]

EU Procurement Law In 60 Seconds

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One of the founding principles of the European Union (EU) is the creation of a single market free from barriers to trade. The opening up of public procurement has been facilitated by a succession of European Directives, designed to uphold the requirements of the Treaty of the Functioning of the European Union – TFEU, in particular, to ensure non-discrimination on grounds of nationality. [Read More...]

The Judicial Review Reforms and Their Impact On Your Business

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On 13 April 2015 the reforms amended by the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 (CJCA 2015) came into force. These reforms make sweeping changes to the process of judicial review, with the aim of reducing the amount of unnecessary and weak claims, as well as apportion costs more fairly so they do not fall solely on the taxpayer. The reforms are not without controversy. Late last year Labour's Shadow Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary Sadiq Khan described them as 'an unconstitutional attack on the rights of the British people'. [Read More...]

Challenges to a Procurement Award - We Answer Your Questions

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This week, Charlotte Waters, a Partner at Fisher Scoggins Waters, who specialises in construction, engineering and manufacturing disputes, answers some common client questions regarding a procurement award challenge. [Read More...]

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