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New insolvency rules may shake-up construction supply chains
 Companies will be seeking to ensure frictionless border crossings © Bloomberg/Getty Images
How to ease friction at border control
Suppliers working on public contracts should be retained wherever possible © iStockphoto/Getty Images
Law: Coronavirus advice for public procurement
For now, the UK’s regulations for domestic security and defence procurement are unchanged ©Getty Images
'Business as usual' for public contracts
Coronavirus: is it a force majeure?
Superdrug was deemed to have committed to a £1.3m order ©Universal Images Group/Getty Images
Law: Email upheld as contract go-ahead
A construction contractor missed out on a tender because of past failures ©Getty Images
European Court finds contract exclusion justified
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Supply agreement ruled worthless
Late invoice payers targeted by new procurement rules
From 6 April 2020, the law requires an employee to be given a written ‘section 1 statement’ of certain particulars ©Getty Images
Law: Day one contracts from April
Sidestep Brexit risk – review your change clauses in contracts ©Getty Images/iStockphoto
Have you Brexit-proofed your contracts?
The Zambian claimants allege their water has been polluted ©John Vidal/Observer/eyevine
Law: Rulings brings supplier case to UK courts