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In recent years, maintained schools have been given more control over their own budget.
The CJEU has given a preliminary ruling in proceedings between Google, the Spanish Data Protection Agency and a third-party complainant.
The decision to grant Covanta an injunction suspending the procurement of a long-term waste disposal contract could mark a turning point for procurement challenges in the UK.
Case C-574/12 Centro Hospitalar v Eurest Portugal was a case referred to the ECJ by the Portuguese court.
The new rules introduce some important changes and clarifications as well as codifying some of the case law that has arisen over the years.
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This briefing is to remind departments of their legal obligations under the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) when conducting their public procurement activities...
On 13 March 2014, the Communities and Local Government Committee of the House of Commons published its report on local government procurement.
The transparency agenda has been high on the coalition government’s list of priorities since it came to power four years ago.
If your company has a CSOP, SAYE or SIP share scheme approved by HMRC, you must take action now to notify HMRC even though it is already approved by HMRC.
Any investment of public money in a private undertaking has the potential to be unlawful state aid if it gives that undertaking an economic advantage over its competitors.
Walker Morris has launched the latest in its series of ‘little green books’. The latest edition is a comprehensive guide to employee share schemes.
DECC has provided more detail of how the financial support that the government gives to renewable energy schemes will work going forward.
The directorate-general for competition recently published guidance on the new rules governing state aid for energy projects and environmental protection.
The claimant made an application for an order that the inquest verdict on the death of his step-daughter be quashed and that a fresh coroner’s investigation be held.
The CRC is a mandatory emissions trading scheme administered by the Environment Agency.
Adapting to change is good business practice — but has your flexibility varied your contract? download
Boilerplate clauses are the trusty backbone of a contract: they comprise those reliable, operative terms that appear in most commercial contracts.
The recent case of Peel v TS Sheerness provides a useful reminder on the distinction between fixtures and fittings.
Fujitsu brought proceedings against IBM, claiming that IBM had breached the subcontract including obligations of fiduciary duty and good faith.
According to recent research, a growing number of the UK workforce is now aged 65 and over; the figure is twice as many as in 1992.
HMRC has revealed some of the more unusual reasons given by employers for not paying the legal wage.