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Bidding for European Government Contracts post Brexit (Part 2)

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Continuing the second half of yesterday's post from Ammar Al-Tabbaa's, partner at gunnercooke and procurement law specialist.  ... In view of the UK’s recent decision to […]

Bidding for European Government Contracts post Brexit (Part 1)

We are delighted to publish this post from Ammar Al-Tabbaa, partner at gunnercooke  and procurement law specialist, with Part 2 appearing tomorrow. The European Commission has for some […]

Community Adult Care Contract – Private Sector or Public Body Provision?

We have an interesting case study explained and analysed by a prominent procurement lawyer over on our public sector site Public Spend Forum Europe, called A […]

Thoughts on the Concession Contracts Regulations 2016

We welcome this post from Ammar Al-Tabbaa, partner at gunnercooke, and a procurement law specialist. Here he shares some expert thought on the new concession contracts regulations as part […]