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public matters newsletter, June 2013

28 June 2013

In this first issue, we cover a number of topics which are of use to lawyers and other professionals working in local government, the police and fire services. In particular we look at the Duty of Disclosure in public procurement disputes, Cabinet Office advice notes and guidance, our work on childrens services, a state aid update and a general news round-up. Additionally we have a question and answer piece, focussing on the new procurement directive.

Please feel free to contact Peter Ware or any of the other contributors to the newsletter, if you would like to discuss any of the issues covered.

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training and events

31Mar

Cancelled - Planning club Birmingham office

Our regular planning club will be covering planning enforcement POCA and enforcement notices, town and village greens after the Lancashire case, and a planning case law update.

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Public and Admin Law

In our administrative and public law webinar, a number of key members of the team will be providing an analysis of issues that matter to you.

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Legal updates

Companies to receive a 3 month extension period to file accounts during COVID-19

As part of the Government’s package to support businesses to manage the impact of COVID-19, it has announced that companies will from today (25 March 2020) be given an additional 3 month period to file their accounts at Companies House.

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Legal updates

Impact of Coronavirus for retail tenants – some basic questions and answers

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on 23 March that all shops selling non-essential goods must close, we have been forced to close our premises. Will we be breaking the terms of our lease?

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Legal updates

The Coronavirus Bill – elections

The emergency Coronavirus Bill has been published and has had its second reading on Monday at the House of Commons.

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The content on this page is provided for the purposes of general interest and information. It contains only brief summaries of aspects of the subject matter and does not provide comprehensive statements of the law. It does not constitute legal advice and does not provide a substitute for it.

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