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Court rules that the Government infringed transparency requirements when procuring emergency supplies to counter Covid-19

United Kingdom - February 24 2021 In R (on the application of Good Law Project Limited, Debbie Abrahams MP, Caroline Lucas MP and Layla Moran MP) v Secretary of State for Health and…

Andrew Lidbetter, Chloe Woodward, Nusrat Zar, Tim Briggs.

EU Commission fines in first purchasing cartel in the chemical sector

European Union - February 4 2021 On 22 January 2021, the European Commission published a non-confidential version of its decision to fine ethylene purchasers Orbia, Clariant and…

Daniel Barrio, Daniel Vowden.

Cartel intel: updates from our EMEA network

Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, South Africa, Spain, United Kingdom - January 1 2021 The CJEU confirmed that the European Commission was entitled to rely on the presumption of decisive influence as between a parent company and its…

Jean Meijer, Daniel Vowden, Dr Florian Huerkamp, Dr Marcel Nuys, Evgeny Yuriev, Francesca Morra, Henar González Durántez, Marie Louvet, Nick Altini, Sergio Sorinas, Stephen Wisking.

UK Government publishes long-awaited Green Paper on transforming public procurement

European Union, United Kingdom - December 16 2020 The UK Government has published a Green Paper proposing fundamental reforms of the public procurement rules governing the purchase of goods, works…

Andrew Lidbetter, Jasveer Randhawa, Nusrat Zar, Rachel Lidgate, Tim Briggs.

The UK gears up for public procurement outside the EU

European Union, United Kingdom - December 1 2020 The Government continues to prepare the ground for the regulation of public procurement after the Brexit transition period expires on 31 December…

Dorothy Livingston, Tim Briggs.