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Law Commissions publish responses to automated vehicles consultation

United Kingdom - July 5 2019 In 2018 the Law Commission of England and Wales and the Scottish Law Commission (the Law Commissions) launched a 3-year review into the legal...

Driverless Insurance and Legal report calls for government-led data regulations

United Kingdom - May 15 2019 AXA UK and Burges Salmon publish their Insurance and Legal 2019 report, stressing the importance of government and industry stakeholders implementing...

Will 'Welsh approach' fuel future franchises?

United Kingdom - February 22 2019 The Welsh Government’s journey from its vision of a transformed, integrated rail system for Wales to its recent procurement and mobilisation of...

Bucking the usual trend, the challengers successfully maintained the automatic suspension on contract signature pending an expedited trial.

United Kingdom - February 22 2018 Contrary to a recent trend, the court has upheld an automatic suspension in a procurement challenge. Such suspensions prevent the contract being...

Procurement challenges: costs awards can be made against non-parties

United Kingdom - January 31 2018 Preferred bidders in public procurement may find themselves sidelined while a losing bidder disputes the award. As disputes often deal with the...

John Houlden, Ian Tucker.