• The Procurement Act 2023 is expected to come into force in October 2024 and will bring significant change for entities bidding for public contracts or subject to the procurement rules. Fran Mussellwhite and Helen Feinson explored some of the key changes and look at the steps in-house teams should be taking to prepare.

    This session was of particular interest to all in-house legal and governance teams and anyone with responsibility for procurement.

    In this edition of our In-house Insights series, we also offered sessions on information law, IP, contracts, construction, ESG, and property disputes. To view these sessions 'On Demand', please follow the links at the bottom of this page or visit: In-house Insights

    Read our key takeaways summary of the webinar here.

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