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Playing within the rules: regeneration projects and EU procurement - a return to life before Roanne?

European Union - February 23 2011 The case of Jean Auroux and others v Commune of Roanne caused consternation when the European Court of Justice held that development agreements between public bodies and developers may need to be procured in accordance with the public procurement regulations....

Stephen Sellers, Sarah Punshon.

Final judgment on LAML opens the door to shared service cooperation

United Kingdom - February 10 2011 On 9 February 2011, the United Kingdom Supreme Court delivered a unanimous ruling in Brent London Borough Council v Risk Management Partners Limited 2011 UKSC....

Sarah Sasse, Mark Greenburgh.

The retreat from Roanne continued? Commission v Spain

Spain, European Union - November 2 2010 Once again the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has been asked to consider the extent to which land development schemes fall within the scope of the public procurement rules....

Stephen Sellers, Tracy Ellison.

Retaining legal professional privilege following the Akzo judgment

United Kingdom, European Union - September 15 2010 On 14 September 2010, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) gave its much-awaited judgment in Akzo Nobel Chemicals Ltd and Akcros Chemicals Ltd v European Commission....

Bernardine Adkins.

Liberating the NHS: regulating healthcare providers

United Kingdom - September 8 2010 The Department of Health (DH) is consulting on a range of radical initiatives linked to the Health White Paper....

Bleddyn Rees.