The main principle which underpins the Freedom of Information Act and the Environmental Information Regulations is that people have a right to know about the activities of public authorities, unless there is a good reason for them not to.

Geldards’ Information Law specialists have a wealth of experience in helping public sector clients to navigate the rules regarding freedom of information, particularly in the context of public procurement challenges and claims.

Our team of experts provide innovative and practical solutions to Information Law challenges faced by public sector organisations whilst ensuring that they remain compliant with the legislation.


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