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NEC3 — the form of choice? download
Most of the NEC3 decisions that come to the court’s attention have been as a result of adjudications with the court commenting on appeals from adjudicators’ decisions.
The MF/1 contract for the supply and installation of electrical, electronic or mechanical plant has been around for some time.
For those involved in heavy engineering projects, choosing a form of contract that is most apt or suitable for the particular job is of fundamental importance.
Think about engineering projects you have worked on that have ended badly. One reason for this may have been that the contract used the wrong words.
Technology businesses should be aware that the European Commission has revised the rules on how EU competition law affects technology licensing agreements.
How can contracting authorities ensure their award criteria and evaluation methodologies are sufficiently transparent?
New guidance has been published to help commissioners and procurers in considering how to ensure compliance with their PSED obligations.
Lianakis case on selection/award criteria does not apply to the utilities procurement regime download
In a recent case, the court in Northern Ireland heard a claim by Irish Waste Services Ltd, a company disappointed in its bid to be awarded a contract for sludge management services by Northern Ireland Water.
The ICO has recently published guidance on the relative scope of Regulation 43 of The Public Contracts Regulations 2006 and sections 41, 43 and 44 of The Freedom of Information Act 2000.
Recent litigation case round-up download
Mills & Reeve has brought together a round-up of some recent litigation cases that may be of interest.
In this briefing, we look at the issues raised by Venulum Property Investments Ltd v Space Architecture Ltd.
Automatic suspensions — a survey download
Contracting authorities will need to carefully plan their strategies when considering if and when to make an application to lift an automatic suspension.
One of the most common queries from disappointed bidders is: ‘How can I get hold of the documents? I need to know whether it is worth bringing a claim.’...
The Jackson reforms should make unless orders a thing of the past.
Complying with the NHS (Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition) (No 2) Regulations 2013 ('Commissioning Regulations') download
Requirements for NHS commissioning and procurement strategy.
Many local authorities have come to appreciate the particular financial dynamics of large strategic sites.
Case considers whether planning application, which itself proposes a ‘below the EIA threshold’ development, must be treated as part of a wider project.
Employment Post — Spring 2013 download
The Spring 2013 issue of Mills & Reeve’s Employment Post is available now.
Two new acts were passed by Parliament in April 2013 that, when brought into force, will largely complete the Coalition’s programme of employment law reform.
The Jackson reforms, as recently enacted by the Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, have fundamentally changed the litigation funding landscape.