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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.
Chapter 2 in the Tale of Brexit, Medical Devices and MDR / IVDR: Suggestions for coping with the regulatory uncertainty
The UK is facing a perfect regulatory storm with the timing for Brexit and the staggered application of the various provisions of MDR and IVDR, with most of the provisions of the latter not being brought onto the UK statute book by the current draft of the EU (Withdrawal) Bill. Without clear guidance from the UK government on this point, it is difficult for medical device companies to know what to do to ensure that they might be able to continue to sell their devices on the market in the UK and the EU27 after Brexit. This post provides some ideas for how to cope with the uncertainty, ensuring you might prepare for the most favourable position in readiness for Brexit (scroll to section 4. at the bottom if you want the advice without the theory).
Manish Bahl is mentioned in 'Image is Everything: Manish Bahl discusses Nike v Action Sport case and Coty'
John Cassels, Nick Pimlott and Madeeha Husain Anthony published 'Carillion: were profit warnings grounds to exclude?'
John Cassels is mentioned in 'Carillion: Government should make greater use of the 'abnormally low' tender rule on contracts'
Nick Pimlott published 'On thin ice: restrictive rules of sporting bodies face competition scrutiny'
Anna Wray and Sarah Ellson published 'Viagra to go over-the-counter: but how will you know it's real?'
John Cassels, George McLellan and Anatol Poyer-Sleeman published 'London Mayor's Study on Impact of Brexit'
Leighton Cassidy, Nicole Jadeja and Heidi Hurdle published 'IP professional bodies collaborate in submitting Brexit short list to UK government'