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public matters newsletter - December 2014

11 December 2014

In this edition, Anja Beriro considers the selection and award criterion in light of the European General Courts decision in Alfastar Benelux SA v European Commission; Alex Kynoch brings us up to date with latest developments in the NATS (Services) Limited v Gatwick Airport Limited dispute and the November judgement which focuses on issues surrounding NATS particulars of claim; Nichola Evans takes an incisive look at the effect of the Jackson reforms on case management and the latest Court of Appeal guidance; we have the first of a series of articles from Neil Walker in which he takes an in-depth look at initial considerations for local authorities when thinking about land development collaboration/joint venture projects; and finally we have a rather festive state aid story from Sharon Jones to round off our December issue in style!

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