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Public matters newsletter - October 2015

23 October 2015
In this month's edition the team look at:
  • procurement – two Advocate General opinions on third party reliance and the 'living wage'
  • Teckal-ing public-public contracts in the PCR 2015
  • recent case law decision on duty of good faith provisions
  • employment law update – a look at recent legislative changes plus a case law round up!
  • increase in custodial sentences for fire safety offences 
  • the main proposals under the Emergency Services Collaboration consultation
  • directors' duties in the context of local authority companies.
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