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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 […]

Public Spend Forum Europe – Public Procurement Highlights from This Week

Public Spend Forum Europe is dedicated to the exciting and fascinating matters connected with European public sector procurement and further afield, and aims to be a global […]

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 […]

A post about managing contingent labour spend… and lapdancers…

Over the last few years, there has been increased focus on organisations trying to avoid their obligations to staff by re-classifying people as independent contractors […]

Public procurement news – what does the LAML judgement mean?

A recent case was good news for local authorities and other public bodies wanting to use shared service type operations; they may not have to […]

The Bribery Act – it was only a day at the Rugby, M’Lud!

Those occasional trips to the rugby...bottles of wine at Xmas...all very innocent.  Until....The Bribery Act! The Bribery Act is expected to come into force in […]

Don’t get sued – Public Procurement Lawyers issue evaluation guidance

The Procurement Lawyers' Association (I know what you're thinking -  bet they have wild parties!) have issued a very interesting document - "Issues in evaluating […]