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The High Court has delivered judgment in the case of Trustees of the Celestial Church of Christ v Lawson in a decision that will be of particular interest to charity trustees for several reasons.
18 May 2017
Two recent cases demonstrate how essential it is to properly understand your case before you pursue a particular argument.
15 May 2017
The Court of Appeal in Lejonvarn v Burgess has upheld the first instance decision that an architect who provided professional services to her friends, free of charge, owed them a duty of care in tort to exercise reasonable skill and care.
15 May 2017
The topic of negligent property valuations has been a hot subject of litigation in recent years, particularly following the property boom pre-recession.
15 May 2017
In McGee Group Ltd v Galliford Try Building Ltd the court was asked to consider a clause capping a sub-contractor’s liability for delay/disruption. Limitation clauses which seek to limit or cap liability for future claims are commonplace in construction contracts, but this case is a stark reminder of the care required when drafting as they can be costly.
15 May 2017
While transparency and equal treatment are non-negotiable in bid evaluation contracting authorities do retain a margin of appreciation in matters of judgement provided the exercise of discretion is not manifestly wrong.
10 May 2017
In its latest PPN update to the Transparency Principles first published in the summer of 2015, the focus of the Crown Commercial Service is on how a contracting authority can decide whether requested information is disclosable, or not.
10 May 2017
The Department of Health has issued an update to its Transparency Guidance (which, following the NHS Standard Contract, NHS Provider organisations are required to follow).
10 May 2017
We look at the case of Wylde and others v Waverley Borough Council where an unsuccessful attempt was made to challenge (by way of judicial review) a procurement process by claimants who were not themselves tenderers or suppliers in the market.
10 May 2017
This guidance has now been extended and refined so that it may be applied more widely in the public sector.
10 May 2017
To coincide with the first wave of apprenticeships funded by the levy starting this month, we look at five questions that levy-paying employers now need to grapple with.
08 May 2017
As part of our national programme of employment law seminars, we surveyed the HR professionals and in-house lawyers who attended about the biggest challenges facing HR in the next 12 months and the greatest opportunities for HR in the coming years.
08 May 2017
With the UK automotive sector thriving, the ever increasing skills shortage highlights a growing threat to the sector.
08 May 2017
An unsuccessful bidder wishing to challenge a procurement decision might be forgiven for assuming that if it can prove there has been a breach of the procurement rules, and that it has suffered loss or damage as a result, then there should be a right to damages. But, in a landmark judgment, the Supreme Court has just decided otherwise, stating that damages will only be available if the breach is “sufficiently serious”.
08 May 2017
The recent decision of Harlequin v Wilkins Kennedy (2016) serves as a reminder that all professionals must maintain their independence from clients to ensure that basic risk management errors do not result in an award of damages.
02 May 2017
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