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A number of market features gives rise to an adverse effect on competition, says CMA.
Specialist lawyers at Walker Morris have advised Metrawatt International on the purchase of UK electrical safety testing specialist, Seaward.
Walker Morris’ planning and environment team provide a brief overview of several of the Bills proposed.
Walker Morris has advised AR Partners on the sale of its second solar photovoltaic project to Alpha Real Renewables for an undisclosed sum.
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Among the questions answered is: I would like to enforce a money judgment by taking control of goods. Are there any practical points of which I should be aware?
Case shows that courts are reluctant to imply terms into contracts that have been freely negotiated between sophisticated parties...
The Infrastructure Act is intended to boost investment in development projects. The practical and commercial implications of the new measures are wideranging.
An updated statement from the CMA highlights issues that we can expect to form the focus of the its investigation.
A pioneering technology developed by a spin-out company from the University of Salford has been recognised for its ingenuity at the Times Higher Education Awards.
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Green Investment Bank recently reported that there is an opportunity to invest approximately £5bn in UK energy-from-waste infrastructure, with an emphasis on processing commercial and industrial waste.
In Polypearl Ltd v E.On Energy Solutions Ltd the claimant entered into a supply contract with the defendant.
This is a question that the courts have been asked to consider several times over the last few years and has been raised again in the case of Bluewater Energy Services BV v Mercon Steel Structures BV.
A three-tiered tariff structure has been announced for the biomethane injection-to-grid tariff.
In July 2013, the DCLG launched its consultation on an updated national waste planning policy.
DECC has released its report summarising the responses received and action to be taken regarding underground access for gas, oil and geothermal developers.
The government has finally released the budget for the first round of contracts for difference. The total funding available is £300m.