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Articles - 5th Aug 2020

Standing to bring a public procurement challenge—key considerations

Lexis Nexis Public Law analysis written by Jonathan Lewis. In a preliminary issue trial, the...

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Articles - 28th Jul 2020

COVID-19 Briefing Note – Product Liability Trends & Issues

Covid-19 Briefing Note by Noel Dilworth, Angus Withington, Adam Heppinstall, Jonathan Lewis and...

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Articles - 23rd Jul 2020

COVID-19 – Lockdown: trying but not unlawful

Alerter by Jonathan Lewis. In R (Dolan & Ors) v Secretary of State for Health & Social...

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Articles - 22nd Jul 2020

“Civil Rights” Revisited: R (Reprieve) v The Prime Minister

Alerter by Jonathan Lewis In R (Reprieve & Ors) v Prime Minister [2020] EWHC 1695 (Admin),...

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Articles - 30th Jun 2020

Limiting participation in procurement procedures (Parsec Fondazione)

Lexis Nexis:Limiting participation in procurement procedures (Parsec Fondazione) written by Jonathan...

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Articles - 18th May 2020

Time limits for public procurement challenges

Lexis Nexis Local Government analysis written by Jonathan Lewis. A reminder of the distinct...

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Articles - 13th May 2020

COVID-19 – Consumer Protection in the time of Covid-19

The Competition and Market Authority (“CMA”) has set up a task force to take action against...

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Articles - 5th May 2020

Case management issues in procurement claims

Accessible Orthodontics v National Health Service Commissioning Board In a hearing conducted by...

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Articles - 2nd Mar 2020

A policy of indefinite retention of convicts’ biometric data found to be unlawful (Gaughran v United Kingdom)

The Police Service of Northern Ireland had a policy of taking photographs, fingerprints and a DNA...

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Articles - 18th Feb 2020
Articles - 9th Jan 2020

Lifting the automatic suspension in procurement claims (Alstom v Network Rail)

Public Law analysis: The court provided a closely reasoned judgment granting Network Rail’s...

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Articles - 30th Oct 2019

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