Hi All, We won the design and print tender for a council based organisation several years ago and have done a huge amount of artwork. Now the tender has come up again and because it's purely about cost, we've lost out. The company that won the tender will have to either start from scratch or use our files. As you've probably guessed we don't want to hand any artwork over and there wasn't anything in writing stating that they own the artwork. We've had a good relationship with the organisation and they're gutted that we've lost it, but unfortunately it's the council's procurement department that makes this decision. There's a chance that we might win it back in a year's time, so we don't want to burn any bridges. What do you think is the best diplomatic way to go about this if they start asking for things?