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By Gwendoline Davies, Lynsey Oakdene Why is this case of interest? In the recent case of Secretary of State for Transport v Arriva Rail East Midlands, the Court of Appeal has highlighted the fact that public procurement processes can give rise to both public and private law claims. Understanding the distinction between public and private […]

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