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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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training and events

3Dec

Breakfast Club seminar Exeter office

The use of contractors in the workplace remains a challenging area and we would very much enjoy your company and contribution at our round table December breakfast session.

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11Dec

Lunchtime learning session on Ocean Outdoor -v- London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham Nottingham office

The Court of Appeal has recently handed down judgment in Ocean Outdoor v London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham. Join us on our lunchtime learning session about this case.

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focus on...

Employment law updates - hear from Harry Taylor

As part of our regular updates for in-house lawyers, Harry looks at some topics that frequently arise in Employment Tribunal claims.

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Richard Nicholas provides a data protection update

As part of our regular updates for in-house lawyers, Richard takes a look at what has changed in data protection law over the last six months

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Legal updates

Your anti-modern slavery obligations – a reminder that even the biggest companies are facing challenges…

It has recently been reported that a well-known UK law firm has sent British American Tobacco (BAT) a pre-action letter alleging forced and child labour on behalf of 350 child labourers working on tobacco crops in Malawi.

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Legal updates

Purdah: publicity considerations for public bodies, including the health service in the pre-election period

What is Purdah? ‘Purdah’ is a term which refers to the pre-election period when specific restrictions apply principally around the activity of those working in central and local government.

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