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No. 44 Autumn 2016

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Welcome to the Autumn edition of QG Insight. A couple of months on from polling day, the question still on everyone’s lips is: What will Brexit mean for my business? Jonathan Parker ponders a future of possibilities and uncertainties for public sector procurement.

Sapna Tota-Maharaj cites an interesting case looking at the need to build adequate operational mechanisms into contracts and what can happen when that isn’t done. Robert Burns stresses the importance of choosing your words carefully when writing a settlement agreement, while William Brown highlights the key points in the new CDM Regulations for Northern Ireland.

As ever, we’ve enjoyed our socialising and were delighted to sponsor the CIOB Kent annual dinner, while behind the scenes we’ve been working on putting together the best CPD seminars for you. Our ICE Law and Management Course is kicking off in Dublin and Belfast so contact us now to secure your place.

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