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The Procurement Bill - implied terms in public contracts

The Procurement Bill - implied terms in public contracts

On 7 June 2022, we summarised the key commercial and contract management implications to be considered pursuant to the Procurement Bill (the “Bill”). ...

From Potential Fraud to Actual Discontinuance - Roberts v Collicott

From Potential Fraud to Actual Discontinuance - Roberts v Collicott

Jennifer Brown and Emma Guest of DAC Beachcroft’s Complex Injury Team, working with Georgia Court from our Counter-Fraud team, were instructed by Davi ...

NHS Resolution publish thematic review of the first year of the Clinical Negligence Scheme for General Practice (CNSGP)

NHS Resolution publish thematic review of the first year of the Clinical Negligence Scheme for General Practice (CNSGP)

On 23 August 2022 NHS Resolution published its report reviewing the first year of the Clinical Negligence Scheme for General Practice (CNSGP). In this ...

Anti-suit Injunctions in the Post-Brexit World

Anti-suit Injunctions in the Post-Brexit World

If two parties (A and B) enter into a contract conferring exclusive jurisdiction on the English court, then in principle only the English court may re ...

The New Homes Ombudsman Service (NHOS): Are you ready?

The New Homes Ombudsman Service (NHOS): Are you ready?

Prior to the passage of the Building Safety Act 2022, homebuyers faced with poor building work in new-build properties had no formal scheme through wh ...

Removing the “Gray” area of causation arguments in the OIC Portal

Removing the “Gray” area of causation arguments in the OIC Portal

DAC Beachcroft in its case of Nicola Gray v Sean Holmes (DJ Hennessy, Birkenhead County Court, 31 August 2022) has redressed the balance between claim ...

Mini Budget - Tax announcements

Mini Budget - Tax announcements

The major news outlets will shortly be all over the headlines of the mini / emergency Budget which was first thing this morning.  Therefore in the int ...

If you apply, you must comply: Mills v The Shutter Shed Ltd t/a Bedtime Bedz

If you apply, you must comply: Mills v The Shutter Shed Ltd t/a Bedtime Bedz

A personal injury case in which we acted on behalf of Royal Sun Alliance’s insured.

Procurement law case update:  Braceurself Limited v NHS England

Procurement law case update: Braceurself Limited v NHS England

Court finds that a breach of the procurement regulations that changed the outcome of a competition was not sufficiently serious to justify an award of ...

Failure to Disclose Results in Dismissal

Failure to Disclose Results in Dismissal

Muhammad Khalid v Gerard Davis and Louth County Council 2022 IEHC 519 Hyland J in the High Court recently heard an appeal from the Circuit Court invol ...