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- Brexit: Challenges and Opportunities
- Competition, Regulatory and Trade
- Condor: Alternative Legal Solutions
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Trading in the European Meat Market
The EU is one of the largest markets for meat consumption in the world. In terms of its trade rules, it balances protection of local farmers and meat suppliers on the one hand with securing affordable supply of meat products on the other, by imposing tariffs on imports entering the Single Market whilst also entering into some tariff-free arrangements with non-EU states.
Carillion: Government should make greater use of the 'abnormally low' tender rule on contracts
John Cassels puts forward three pre-Brexit 'quick-wins' which he believes could be helpful in securing a more sustainable contracting system following the collapse of Carillion.
Fieldfisher Offices Brexit Diaries
Fieldfisher asked employees to discuss the impact Brexit will have on them
EU institutions post-Brexit as the UK Government stands to take control of £470 million annually
Fieldfisher has undertaken an analysis of the UK's budgetary contribution to the administrative costs of 67 EU institutions and agencies.
Transposing the Bureaucracy of the EU into the UK Civil Services
Clause 2(1) of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill 2017-19 (known as the Great Repeal Bill), which passed its second reading in the House of Commons on 11 September, provides that EU-derived domestic legislation, as it has effect in domestic law immediately before exit day, continues to have effect in domestic law on and after exit day.
Rhiannon Kainth and Alex Hooley published 'Premier League rights deal – Sky and BT Sport remain the big players for the next four years. What about the OTT platforms?'
John Bowman, Elaine Field and Sue Simpson are mentioned in 'The Only Way Is Up! But Planning Changes Fall Flat.'
Dr. Sascha Dethof published 'Bundeskartellamt untersagt Exklusivvereinbarungen von Eventim (Ticketsystemdienstleistungen)'
Helen Andrews published 'Sepsis: lack of funding for vital health services must not deter parents from seeking help'
Keith Barrett published 'Too often, it takes tragedy for Network Rail to close dangerous railway crossings'