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public matters newsletter - January 2015

28 January 2015

A diverse set of articles for this month.

Firstly, Anja Beriro considers the recent European Court of Justice judgement in an Italian procurement case that includes some very useful guidance on what to consider when looking at Part B contracts, cross-border interest and the application of the 2004 Directive. Lynne Rathbone looks at the latest developments in the ongoing fiscal devolution debate. Sarah Hooton examines the impact of recent developments in employment case law on pay and overtime. We finish off by taking a dip in the pool with Neil Walker and the second instalment in a series of articles focusing on local authorities and land collaboration/joint ventures.

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Managing PFI assets and services as contracts end

Browne Jacobson and Agilia are delighted to invite you to our on-demand webinar in which we will be looking at the key issues and best practice, which every affected authority needs to know, to assist them in the management of this challenge and the development of a strategy for preservation or replacement of assets and the re-procurement of key services.

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Legal updates

Public to public cooperation revisited (again)

ECJ look again at the Hamburg Waste Principle by which public authorities may cooperate in delivery of services without setting up a separate body or running a tender exercise.

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Legal updates

Restarting a project with a new contractor

Public sector bodies can find restarting projects particularly challenging given the levels of scrutiny and additional legislation they must often navigate.

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Brexit resources

Covid-19 and Brexit

The economic turmoil caused by lockdown measures combined with uncertainty over Brexit has been said to create a ‘perfect storm’.

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