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Public Procurement - UK-wide

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第一等 |

Basic facts about the department

- 2 partners
- 9 other qualified lawyers  

What the team is known for Highly regarded for its considerable strength handling procurement matters in large infrastructure projects and the defence sector. Other clientele come from the healthcare, utilities and local government arenas.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Bench strength: "A good practice, split well across its regional offices."

What's new? James Falle has been promoted to legal director and now leads the procurement team nationally.

Work highlights Advised Muse Developments on procurements on behalf of Blackpool City Council in connection with the Talbot Gateway redevelopment.

Notable practitioners  

Jonathan Davey is highly regarded for his client-friendly advice, with one source noting that "his advice is excellent, particularly in minimising risk," while another noted: "He has great grasp of the rules and gives solid commercial advice."

Significant clients Muse Developments, United Utilities Water, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Band 1 | Eversheds LLP

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Basic facts about the department

- 6 partners
- 22 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Offers procurement expertise to a broad range of clients including central and local government bodies, utilities companies and a variety of private sector entities. The firm maintains its impressive reputation in both disputes and advisory work.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Client service: "I find them very proactive, very accessible and very knowledgeable."

Work highlights Advised the Secretary of State for Transport on the high-profile challenge to the award of the InterCity West Coast rail franchise.

Advising the London Borough of Lambeth on the procurement of a partner for its SW2 Enterprise Centre project.

Notable practitioners  

James Robinson is a key contact here.

Significant clients Joseph Rowntree Housing, National Renewable Energy Centre, Newcastle City Council.

Band 1 | Fieldfisher

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Basic facts about the department

- 10 partners
- 2 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: London 

What the team is known for Highly regarded for its strong public sector practice and particularly for work on behalf of central and local government entities. Involvement in structuring complex procurements and increasingly active on behalf of private sector clients.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Industry knowledge: "Excellent knowledge of public procurement law and practice."

Work highlights Advised the Maritime & Coastguard Agency on the re-procurement of its search and rescue helicopter services contract.

Advised National Savings & Investments on an IT-related business process outsourcing contract valued at over £1 billion.

Notable practitioners  

Charles Whiddington specialises in procurement law regarding mergers, commercial agreements and state aid. Clients benefit from his significant regulatory knowledge and experience.

Significant clients Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Department for Transport, Cabinet Office, BBC, Monitor.

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Basic facts about the department

- 2 partners
- 19 other qualified lawyers.
- Office locations ranked: London 

What the team is known for Advising on large-scale social and transport infrastructure procurement and major challenges to contracts. Engaged by bodies from both the public and private sectors, including central government.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Market standing: "The key magic circle firm in this area; they are really excellent."

Work highlights Advised the Department for Transport on the procurement of rolling stock and maintenance depots for the Thameslink railway.

Advised Defra on the procurement and financing of the Thames Tideway Tunnel, a project valued in excess of £4 billion.

Notable practitioners  

One source says of Sally Roe: "She is excellent at minimising risk for her clients." She leads the firm on a number of its major advisory engagements, including the Thameslink railway rolling stock matter.

Jane Jenkins is active in both contentious and non-contentious matters and leads the firm's London-based engineering, construction and procurement group. She is frequently engaged in high-profile bid challenges.

Highly regarded associate Laura Wisdom acts on behalf of both public and private sector clients. One interviewee said Wisdom is "one of the most able associates I've ever worked with."

Significant clients Ministry of Defence, BAE Systems, Siemens.

Band 1 | Hogan Lovells

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Basic facts about the department

- 2 partners
- 8 other qualified lawyers 
- Office locations ranked: London

What the team is known for A market-leading contentious practice that is involved in many of the highest-profile and highest-value procurement challenges. Also offers expertise in non-contentious matters to clients from both the public and private sectors.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Responsiveness: "Excellent at co-ordinating all of the legal strands within tight deadlines and working under pressure."

Industry knowledge: "There's not much they don't know."

Work highlights Advised construction firm Bouygues and US investor The Carlyle Group in challenging the award of a redevelopment contract valued at £2 billion.

Notable practitioners  

Kate Rees is pre-eminent in procurement challenges and handles a number of high-profile disputes, including the Bouygues matter. One source said of her: "She is very knowledgeable and pragmatic," while another regards her as "an absolute star."

Head of department Ciara Kennedy-Loest is valued for her expert knowledge of procurement regulations and precedents, as well as her impressive levels of client service. One interviewee noted that "we've always been able to get in contact with Ciara, she is so flexible and responsive."

Mark Jones recently joined from Norton Rose Fulbright and is well regarded for his work with public authorities and utilities companies. He led the team advising the Department of Health on procuring contracts for electronic staff records and pension scheme administration

Significant clients Department for Work & Pensions, Cornwall Council, Deloitte.

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Basic facts about the department

- 14 partners
- 18 associates or assistants
- Office locations ranked: London 

What the team is known for Highly regarded for its leading expertise in housing and local government. Its work in the public sector extends to advising NHS bodies and incorporates both advisory roles and procurement challenges.  

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Technical ability: "Impeccable advice; creative but balanced by appropriate risk awareness." 

Work highlights Acting for the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham on the creation of a mutual company providing school support services.

Advising on a £220 million regeneration project for the Dollis Valley area in the London Borough of Barnet.

Notable practitioners  

Rebecca Rees is "commercially focused, very reasonable and sensible," according to one source. She enjoys a strong reputation for her strength in procurement matters relating to construction and infrastructure projects.

Helen Randall is head of the firm's public procurement department and offers clients a wealth of experience. One client says of her that "she is very dynamic and approachable, has excellent technical knowledge and provides excellent customer service."

Significant clients Wolverhampton City Council, City of London Corporation, Oxfordshire County Council, Richmond Housing Partnership.  

Band 2 | Bevan Brittan

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Basic facts about the department

- 3 partners/consultants
- 8 other fee earners

What the team is known for Offers clients considerable expertise in representing public sector bodies in both tender processes and challenges. Clients include local authorities and healthcare organisations.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Responsiveness: "Bevan Brittan is very good if you have an immediate problem."

Work highlights Advised Birmingham City Council on procurement matters concerning its £100 million energy-saving initiative, the Birmingham Green Deal.

Notable practitioners  

Emily Heard specialises in procurement litigation and challenges. One source describes her as "an outstanding litigator with an excellent grasp of procurement." She also provides procurement training for clients.

Significant clients Slough Borough Council, Oxfordshire Primary Care Trust, Hampshire County Council, East Cheshire NHS Trust.

第二等 |

Basic facts about the department

- 5 partners
- 1 director 
- 20 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: Bristol

What the team is known for Offers a broad procurement practice to clients in the utilities, transport and education industries and other areas of the public sector. Particularly known for its expertise in nuclear power and complex competitive processes.  

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Responsiveness: "Their responsiveness has been great; they meet our expectations and get on very well with the team."

Client service: "We put them under quite intense pressure and their ability to give us legal advice has been great."

Market standing: "A very strong public sector practice."

Work highlights Advised First Group on its bid for the passenger train franchise for the West Coast Mainline.

Advised the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority on the appointment of the parent body organisation for the decommissioning of the Dounreay nuclear site.

Notable practitioners  

John Houlden is recognised for his expertise and experience in handling politically sensitive procurements. One interviewee remarked that "he has clear knowledge of the area but also an understanding of clients' requirements to get the deal done." 

Significant clients Babcock International, Home Office, Eurostar International, Ministry of Justice.

Band 2 | Nabarro LLP

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Basic facts about the department

- 8 partners
- 8 other qualified lawyers 

What the team is known for Draws on the firm's strengths in European law, competition, IT and the public sector to offer clients comprehensive procurement advice. Also offers significant experience in PPP/PFI projects and procurement challenges.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Market standing: "They've gone from strength to strength."

Work highlights Advised Hospital Corporation of America on a number of PPPs with NHS trusts.

Advised the Carbon Trust on procurement issues in setting up a consortium for an offshore wind project.

Notable practitioners  

Cyrus Mehta is held in the highest esteem for his expertise on procurement and state aid matters. He is regarded as "absolutely top-class" by sources and has over two decades of experience in UK and European procurement law.

Significant clients Sport England, Dover Council.

第二等 |

Basic facts about the department

- 4 partners
- 12 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: London 

What the team is known for Widely respected for procurement work in the utilities and public sectors, particularly regarding PPP/PFI projects. Draws on support from the firm's strength in European law.

Work highlights Acted as legal advisers to the Secretary of State for Transport during the Brown Review into the future of rail franchising.

Advising the Department of Health on the procurement of contracts for electronic staff records and pension scheme administration.

Notable practitioners  

Totis Kotsonis is hailed for his extensive expertise in procurement and comprehensive knowledge of the law. He led the team advising on the Brown Review.

Significant clients The Crown Estate, ThyssenKrupp, Bombardier Transportation UK, Ofwat. 

Band 2 | Pinsent Masons

第二等 |

Basic facts about the department

- 2 partners
- 1 legal director
- 10 other qualified lawyers 

What the team is known for Active in procurement matters across England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, with a large stable of public sector clients. Also known for its strength in large-scale infrastructure projects.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Client service: "They were very responsive and provided very clear and on-the-point advice."

Work highlights Advising Port of Cairnryan on a number of matters, including procurement, concerning development projects at the harbour.

Notable practitioners  

One interview said of highly regarded senior associate Jennifer Robinson: "She is very engaging and knows her stuff." She handles the full range of non-contentious procurement matters.

Significant clients Department of Health, Fujitsu, Department for Culture, Media & Sport.

第三等 |

Basic facts about the department

- 6 partners
- 8 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: Birmingham

What the team is known for Expertise in providing procurement advice to housing associations as well as local government bodies and other public sector clients. Noted for handling high-profile contentious matters as well as advisory work.  

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
 Technical ability: "They are excellent technically and tailored to the clients' needs."

Client service: "Very responsive and personable people. The way they put things across is easy to understand."

Work highlights Advised Staffordshire County Council on the procurement of a private sector partner for its joint venture in education support services.

Advised Nottinghamshire County Council on a number of procurement issues relating to the development of the Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre.

Notable practitioners  

Mark Cook receives praise for his reliable procurement advice and focus on social value within procurement projects. He led the team advising Staffordshire County Council.

Significant clients Central & Civil Housing Trust, Turning Point, Derbyshire Dales District Council, Anchor Trust.

第三等 |

Basic facts about the department

- 6 partners
- 8 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: London

What the team is known for A procurement practice supported by the firm's strengths in the utilities, real estate, transport and projects sectors. Experience in acting for both private and public sector bodies.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Client service: "They were prompt and extremely supportive under pressure."

Work highlights Instructed by AG Quidnet Hounslow in challenging the London Borough of Hounslow's procurement and development of a major local site.

Advised Thames Water on a number of procurement matters including the Deephams Sewer upgrade.

Notable practitioners  

Warsha Kalé is a key contact for the firm's procurement practice.

Significant clients Transport for London, University of Cambridge, The Royal Parks Agency, Angel Trains.

Band 3 | Bird & Bird

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Basic facts about the department

- 10 partners
- 20 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: London

What the team is known for A procurement practice that is underwritten by the firm's highly regarded sectoral expertise in IT, telecommunications, energy and healthcare. Frequently acts for central government and other public sector bodies as well as private companies.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Market standing: "They have an excellent practice and a really impressive client list." 

Work highlights Advising the Department of Energy & Climate Change on the procurement of its national Smart Metering Implementation Programme for household and business users of gas and electricity.

Acting for NHS SBS in judicial review proceedings challenging the outsourcing of various services by ten NHS trusts in South-West England.

Notable practitioners  

Roger Bickerstaff is acknowledged for his in-depth experience in IT procurement and outsourcings. His practice includes acting for both public and private sector bodies.

Significant clients Export Credit Guarantees Department (UK Export Finance), BT, Ofsted, BIS.

Band 3 | CMS

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Basic facts about the department

- 7 partners
- 20 other qualified

What the team is known for A broad, commercially minded procurement practice that advises on both contentious and advisory matters in England & Wales and Scotland.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Client service: "They are always accessible and pragmatic, they understand our business and tailor their advice to us."

Commercial awareness: "A very good eye for detail. They explained things well to their clients."

What's new? On 1st May 2014, Dundas & Wilson became part of CMS.

Work highlights Advised Scottish Water on EU procurement regulations and procurement issues related to capital investment programmes.

Notable practitioners  

Graeme Young is frequently instructed by both public sector agencies and utilities companies. He is highly regarded for his understanding of EU procurement law and impresses with his presentation skills.  

Significant clients Transport Scotland, National Grid, University of Glasgow.

Band 3 | Dentons

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Basic facts about the department

- 10 partners
- 5 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: London

What the team is known for This public procurement practice benefits from the firm's highly regarded reputation in infrastructure and projects work. Notably active in the energy industry.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Breadth of services: "They have the resources to deal with large, complex projects and the ability to ensure that nothing is overlooked." 

Work highlights Advised the Department of Energy & Climate Change on its carbon capture and storage commercialisation programme.

Advised the Pension Protection Fund on a number of IT procurement and outsourcing matters.

Notable practitioners  

Clients value Mark Bassett's "clear and pragmatic advice. He doesn't sit on the fence but gives you the facts as they are in clear and unambiguous language." He provides procurement advice on a number of the firm's largest projects.

Significant clients Greater London Authority, Ofgem, Sainsbury's, Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

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What the team is known for Strengths in contentious and non-contentious matters, including advising clients on contractual matters. Frequently engaged by central government and other public sector bodies.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Commercial awareness: "DLA is good for a commercial, pragmatic approach – they look to solve problems."

Notable practitioners  

Richard McGrane is a key contact for the firm's public and administrative law practice.

第三等 |

Basic facts about the department

- 10 partners
- 30 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: London

What the team is known for Strengths in advising the public sector and regulated industries, particularly transport and utilities companies. Frequently acts on both procurement challenges and non-contentious matters.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Market standing: "They bring an extra element of quality with their involvement."

Responsiveness: "Very good turnaround times." 

Work highlights Advising the Greater London Authority on the procurement of a development partner for the regeneration of the Silvertown Quays area.

Notable practitioners  

James Quinney and Andrew Lidbetter are key contacts for procurement disputes.

Significant clients Stagecoach South West Trains, Ofgem, NNB Generating.

第三等 |

Basic facts about the department

- 8 partners
- 14 other qualified lawyers 

What the team is known for Widely recognised for its strengths in representing agencies from the healthcare, education and defence sectors. 

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
 Visibility: "They have some really good people in procurement. They are very visible in this sector and well regarded by clients."

What's new? Former Pinsent Masons partner Ruth Smith joined the firm in December 2012 to lead the procurement department.

Work highlights Advised the Ministry of Defence on a hybrid management and outsourcing procurement.

Notable practitioners  

Ruth Smith is highly regarded for her expertise in procurement law and extensive experience in the public sector.

Significant clients Department of Health, FSA, Environment Agency, NHS Direct.

Band 3 | Osborne Clarke

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Basic facts about the department

- 5 partners
- 7 other qualified lawyers  

What the team is known for A broad procurement practice that covers both advisory and contentious work for clients from the real estate, utilities and rail industries as well as public sector agencies.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Industry knowledge: "They've always been very on the ball and very up to date. They give you a feeling of confidence."

Work highlights Acted successfully for London Borough of Hounslow, as defendant, on a challenge brought by AG Quidnet Hounslow regarding the development of Hounslow town centre.

Notable practitioners  

Catherine Wolfenden is highly regarded for her experience of the regulated industries and knowledge of procurement law. Peers and clients describe her as having "specialist knowledge" and being "well versed in the law" without detracting from commercial concerns.

Significant clients Babcock, Eversholt Rail, Apollo Property Services, Environment Agency.

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Basic facts about the department

- 3 partners
- 6 partners  

What the team is known for Recognised for its strong public sector practice, the team offers expert procurement advice to clients in healthcare, construction and local government. Strong experience with IT and housing projects.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Client service: The team earns commendations for its excellent client service and broad public sector expertise.

What's new? On 1st May 2014, Wragge and Co. and Lawrence Graham merged to become Wragge Lawrence Graham and Co.

Work highlights Advising NHS Midlands & East Trust on all elements of the procurement of pathology services.

Notable practitioners  

Chris Brennan is a key contact.

Significant clients South London Waste Partnership, Sandwell MBC, Gloucestershire County Council, West Sussex County Council.

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Basic facts about the department

- 4 partners
- 4 others qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: London

What the team is known for Provides advice to a broad range of private clients tendering for procurement contracts with central government ministries.  

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Highly regarded for experience in advising highly regulated industries.

Notable practitioners  

The practice is led by Ross Denton.

第四等 |

Basic facts about the department

- 10 partners
- 15 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: London

What the team is known for Advises on procurement matters relating to large infrastructure and construction projects. Often engaged by public sector agencies on a broad range of concerns.

Work highlights Advised Network Rail on the judicial review of the redevelopment of London Bridge railway station.

Notable practitioners  

David Mundy is a key contact in the procurement practice.

Significant clients National Audit Office, Nottingham City Council, Peel Ports Holdings, HS2. 

Band 4 | Bond Dickinson

第四等 |

Basic facts about the department

- 5 partners
- 11 other qualified lawyers 

What the team is known for A wide range of procurement expertise, particularly in representing clients from the public sector and utilities markets. Also offers expertise in litigious matters.  

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Responsiveness:"They give responsive, timely and authoritative advice."

What's new? The merger between Bond Pearce and Dickinson Dees that created the firm is set to bolster its nationwide coverage.

Work highlights Advised York City Council on all procurement matters pertaining to the new Community Stadium and provision of leisure services.

Advised Durham County Council across several procurements regarding the council's waste management.

Notable practitioners  

Deborah Ramshaw receives praise from clients for her effective advice on procurement matters and excellent client service.

Significant clients Education Funding Agency, London Midland Railway, Post Office, Homes & Communities Agency.

Band 4 | Brodies LLP

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Basic facts about the department

- 3 partners
- 6 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: Edinburgh 

What the team is known for A broad procurement practice that handles both advisory and contentious matters before the Scottish courts. 

Work highlights Acted for Capgemini, the successful bidder for an NHS 24 IT support contract, when the process was challenged by the incumbent contract holder.  

Notable practitioners  

Mark Clough QC offers clients a wealth of experience in procurement. Although he practises in Scotland, he is also a QC in England and Wales.

Solicitor advocate Christine O'Neill is highly regarded for her representation of clients in procurement challenges before the Scottish courts. She acts for both private sector clients and the Scottish Government.

Significant clients City of Edinburgh Council, Glasgow City Council, Aberdeen City Council, APUC. 

第四等 |

Basic facts about the department

- 3 qualified lawyers 

 What the team is known for Offers clients expertise across a range of procurement matters. Active clients include public authorities and healthcare institutions.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Thorough advice: "Their sheer thoroughness impresses; they put themselves across well on complex legal issues."

Work highlights Advised Simplyhealth on an investigation into the pricing of private healthcare.

Notable practitioners  

Ruth Connorton "is well respected for commercial, pragmatic advice," remarked one interviewee. She leads on many of the firm's highest-profile non-contentious engagements, including advising the London Borough of Lambeth on procuring a partner for an Enterprise Centre. She recently joined the team from Eversheds LLP.

Significant clients Zurich, King's Cross NHS Foundation Trust, AXA, Royal Mail Group.

Band 4 | Linklaters

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What the team is known for Underpinned by the firm's expertise across a range of large-scale projects, the team advises clients from both the public and private sectors. Also strong in handling procurement challenges.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Bench strength: Sources indicate that the firm's depth of resources enables it to handle matters concerning the largest of projects.

Notable practitioners  

Oliver Black specialises in procurement and utilities regulation, and leads on the majority of the team's instructions.

第四等 |

Basic facts about the department

- 2 partners
- 9 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: Edinburgh, Glasgow 

What the team is known for Handles procurement challenges on behalf of private sector clients. Particularly experienced with transport and regeneration projects.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Client service: "Absolutely top service. They were helpful, sensible and pragmatic."

Work highlights Advising Clyde Gateway on procurement issues around the Shawfield remediation project.

Notable practitioners  

Clients praise David McGowan for his "timely and practical advice" on a broad range of procurement matters. He enjoys a strong reputation in both Scotland and other parts of the UK.

Significant clients Network Rail, Transport Scotland.

Band 4 | MacRoberts LLP

第四等 |

Basic facts about the department

- 2 partners
- 4 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: Edinburgh

What the team is known for Handles the full range of procurement matters including litigation and advisory work. Receives instructions from a broad range of both public and private sector clients, including construction companies and healthcare institutions.  

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Clear advice: "They made it very straightforward and simple."

Work highlights Advised NHS Lothian on the re-provision of services at the Little France site of the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.

Notable practitioners  

Duncan Osler is considered a "leading figure" for both contentious procurement matters and advisory work. He led on the above matter for NHS Lothian.

Significant clients Strathclyde University, Scottish Opera, Balfour Beatty Group, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar.

第四等 |

Basic facts about the department

- 12 partners
- 13 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: London

What the team is known for Frequently instructed by local and central government bodies and other public sector institutions on large-scale infrastructure projects.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)
Client service: "They brought a high level of professionalism and enthusiasm as well as their legal expertise."

Value: "They dealt with some very innovative contracts and were excellent value for money."

Work highlights Advised on the procurement of facilities management services for three London boroughs in a deal of some £350 million.

Notable practitioners  

Julia Rudin and Tim Farr are key contacts for procurement matters.

Significant clients Wandsworth Borough Council, Westminster City Council, Kent and Essex Police Authorities.

Other Ranked Lawyers 其他上榜律师

Janet Lewis of Ministry of Justice 

Rosemary Choueka of Bristows recently joined from Lawrence Graham. Choueka is highly regarded for her expertise in competition and procurement law, garnering praise for her balanced advice on a broad range of matters.

Peter Ware leads the government and infrastructure team at Browne Jacobson LLP and is frequently instructed by the Welsh Government and other public sector bodies.

Michael Mousdale of DWF LLP is recognised for his strength in procurement for local government clients on a number of large and medium-scale projects. He offers considerable experience in PPP/PFI structured projects.

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