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Press release

31 August 2022 Browne Jacobson’s Private Equity specialists advise Palatine on key CTS exit

Browne Jacobson’s national private equity (PE) lawyers have advised leading mid-market PE investment firm, Palatine Private Equity (Palatine) on its exit from CTS Group, the fast-growing specialist in testing, inspection and geoengineering consulting services to the construction and infrastructure sectors.

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Legal update

13 January 2022 National Security and Investment Act: key points you need to know

The new regime is of direct relevance to the Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) which work within many of the areas covered by the Act.

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Guide

Brexit overview: competition law and Brexit

We can how help you understand the potential issues that any changes will have on your business.

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Legal update

6 April 2020 COVID-19: Relaxed competition law for healthcare companies

The COVID-19 pandemic presents unprecedented capacity challenges for the NHS and other healthcare providers. NHS England has commissioned independent healthcare providers to provide extra capacity for the treatment of patients, not only to support the treatment of coronavirus but also to help the NHS deliver other urgent operations and cancer treatments.

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Competition law and IP agreements

There is a natural tension between IP rights and competition law. On the one hand, IP rights grant a legal monopoly to the holder while, on the other hand, competition laws seek to control restrictive agreements and the use/abuse of a monopoly position.

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What’s new in competition law? Hear from our expert Matthew Woodford

Matthew comments on the uplift in activity by the UK Competition and Markets Authority, competition law post-Brexit, and online reselling restrictions.

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Legal update

8 August 2014 User and exclusivity clauses – are they still unenforceable?

Update in the light of experience following the County Court judgment in Martin Retail Group Limited v Crawley Borough Council (Martins case).

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Blog

29 August 2013 Private healthcare faces competition shake up

The Competition Commission’s provisional findings following its investigation into the private healthcare market has identified a number of areas where the market is working to the financial detriment of consumers and is now consulting on a number of possible remedies that may help to deal with the problems identified.

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Blog

3 February 2012 Return of RRPs to the electrical goods sector

The Competition Commission has revoked the Domestic Electrical Goods Order having concluded that increased competition (as well the fact that some of the affected goods are now obsolete!) removed the need for it.

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Blog

18 November 2011 Historic bribery case lands court clerk behind bars

Munir Yakub Patel, an administrative clerk, made legal history today after being handed a three-year prison term for bribery and ordered to serve six years concurrently for misconduct in a public office.

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