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December’s case digest includes two ECJ rulings concerning the proportionality of selection and award decisions relating to professional misconduct and the interpretation of EU law on in-house awards, and a High Court decision denying an application for early specific disclosure.

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This is the latest in our series of quarterly education update blogs which will enable readers to catch up on the most important cases, issues or developments in education law from November to December 2016. Please feel free to submit a comment below or send us an Ask query if you have any views on the cases, issues, or legal developments that are covered or if you think we have missed something that should be brought to the attention of education law practitioners.

In this post, we look at:

  • Legislative developments.
  • Government consultations
  • Government guidance and policy statements.

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Our quarterly freedom of information law update blogs focus on the latest developments in freedom of information law under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 (SI 2004/3391) (EIR). The blog will enable readers advising on freedom of information law to catch up on the most important cases, issues or developments on the topic. This post looks at freedom of information law developments from September to December 2016. In this post, we look at:

  • The future of the First-tier Tribunal.
  • The Information Commissioner’s opinions on issues and developments in freedom of information law.
  • Recent case law.
  • Legislative developments.

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REUTERS | Dado Ruvic

October and November’s case digest includes three ECJ orders on the compatibility of Italian national law with the EU procurement rules on exclusion of tenders, a High Court decision to lift an automatic suspension, and an Advocate General Opinion on the test for misrepresentation of tender information.

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