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Richard Hough discusses the consultation on the regulation of unregistered pharmacy staff

Healthcare Bulletin - Issue 4

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Healthcare Bulletin - Issue 4

The recent case of Agriconsulting Europe v European Commission concerned an appeal against the rejection by a contracting authority of a tender which it considered to be ‘abnormally low’. What protection is there for a bidder submitting a genuine bid which is then rejected for being abnormally low? Also, the counter argument, what protection is there for a tenderer who considers that a procuring authority has awarded a contract to a supplier who has submitted an abnormally low tender?

Richard Hough, Pharmacy Lawyer suggests that, counter-intuitively, the pharmacy cuts could actually lead to business expansion.

Richard Hough, Pharmacy Lawyer examines the potential pitfalls of collaborative working practices

Richard Hough, Pharmacy Solicitor advises on the best digital defence when it comes to patient data protection

The cyber attack on the NHS computer system earlier this year, in which hackers spread ransomware called WannaCry, created havoc for healthcare professionals and patients alike. Hospitals and GP surgeries were among numerous health service organisations hit by the ransomware attack. It also affected an estimated 200,000 computer systems of other organisations in 150 countries around the world.

The Technology and Construction Court (TCC) has produced a guidance note on procedures for public procurement cases. The note aims to streamline management of such cases, acknowledging that short limitation and mandatory standstill periods can lead to legal proceedings being “issued hastily”.                                                                                                                                               
Key points from the note include:

Pre-Action and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

Charity & Social Enterprise News - Issue 23 - August 2017

In this and future versions of CSE News we will be including a client feature discussing the charitable activities of one of our many charity clients.

In this issue, we are delighted to introduce So the Child May Learn – a charity set up by the charity team at Brabners in 2015.

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