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  1. Legal news
    01 March 2018
    The Single Source Contracting Regime: is it about to change?

    On 24 January 2018 the Single Source Regulations Office (SSRO) published its recommendations to the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) on the changes it thinks are needed to the single source contracting regime.

  2. Legal news
    28 March 2018
    What will Brexit mean for the Aerospace sector?

    On 19 March 2018, the House of Commons Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee published a report on the issues it sees the UK aerospace sector facing as a result of Brexit, as well as its suggestions to the ...

  3. Legal news
    23 July 2018
    Keep Costs under Control: the Perils of Ill-Considered Litigation

    Court of Appeal quashes costs order in favour of no order for costs, concluding that "the payer of the cheque" approach to determine success is inappropriate in complex joined cases.

  4. Legal news
    25 March 2020
    Guidance available on processing personal data from Finnish Ombudsman on COVID-19

    Both the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) and the Finnish Data Protection Ombudsman have stated that neither the GDPR nor the Finnish data protection laws stand in the way of the measures necessary in order to ...

  5. Legal news
    01 March 2021
    The National Security and Investment Bill and the Defence & Security Sector

    Our team of subject matter experts take a look at the recently introduced UK National Security and Investment Bill ("NSI Bill") and its impact on the the defence and security sector.

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    15 March 2021
    Limitation of liability and the UK MoD: everything you need to know

    Limitation of liability goes to the heart of risk allocation and is one of the most important topics in any contract negotiation. The UK’s Ministry of Defence (MOD) has recently issued a revised commercial policy ...

  7. Twobirds news
    06 March 2018
    Bird & Bird appoints two new partners in Paris, expanding its Aviation, Space & Defence and Corporate capabilities

    International law firm Bird & Bird appoints two new partners in Paris, expanding its Aviation, Space & Defence and Corporate capabilities.