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Brexit (11): International trade with non-EU countries - the UK as a WTO member in its own right

European Union, United Kingdom - September 27 2016 The WTO is a rules-based system of trade, which is based on consensus and requires the agreement of all 164 members for any amendment to existing…

Co-authors: Aidan Campbell, Simon Morris, Jacqueline Vallat, Ash Saluja, Paul Edmondson.


When is a development agreement not caught by the procurement rules?

United Kingdom - September 20 2016 On 26 August 2016, the High Court dismissed an application for judicial review of West Berkshire District Council’s (the Authority’s) decision to…

Co-authors: Graeme Young, Christine Graham.


The importance of robust tender evaluation processes

United Kingdom - September 6 2016 The recent 336-page High Court judgment in Energy Solutions EU Ltd v The Nuclear Decommissioning Agency (the NDA) highlights the importance of robust…

Co-authors: Graeme Young, Lynsey Brown.


Brexit (4): the Article 50 process - a legal analysis looking at 10 key questions

European Union, United Kingdom - September 2 2016 The UK will need to make use of the Article 50 process to bring about Brexit. The process would be easy for an exiting state that does not require an…

Co-authors: Aidan Campbell, Simon Morris, Jacqueline Vallat, Ash Saluja, Paul Edmondson.


Brexit (3): the UK period of "purgatory" - from referendum to exit

European Union, United Kingdom - August 22 2016 Legally the UK remains part of the EU until the day the UK ceases to be a member of the EU and at many levels it is ‘business as usual’. EU law and…

Co-authors: Aidan Campbell, Simon Morris, Jacqueline Vallat, Ash Saluja, Paul Edmondson.

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