Kellogg Brown & Root Limited v MOPAC & MPS

Citation: [2021] EWHC 3321 (TCC)

This case concerned an application to lift an automatic suspension in respect of a c. £400m framework agreement being let for use by GLA and central government bodies relating to the provision of outsourced and business support services.

The Court provided important guidance on the legal principles applicable to applications to lift automatic suspensions in procurement disputes, specifically in relation to the adequacy of damages as a remedy for a claimant.

The Court held that the availability of a speedy trial is not a relevant consideration in assessing the adequacy of damages.

Sarah Hannaford QC and Rachael O’Hagan appeared for the Claimant, Kellogg Brown, instructed by Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP.

JUDGMENT

Counsel

Sarah Hannaford QC
Rachael O’Hagan

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