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Spanning a wide range of areas from trade and industry to equality and human rights - government bodies play diverse and specialised roles. We provide expert strategic and regulatory advice to help you achieve your objective of consistently delivering high quality and fit for purpose public services. We have considerable experience of helping government bodies through their formation, structural and statutory reforms and to maintain their good reputation.

what we do...

  • Our experience - recognised nationally as ‘a true heavyweight’ in the public sector by legal directories.
  • Diverse client base - membership of the Crown Commercial Service Panels, National Procurement Service for Wales Panel, Welsh Government Panel, Homes and Communities Agency, Health and Safety Executive, Natural Resources Body for Wales, Department for Business Innovation and Skills and the Security Industry Authority.
  • Over 100 dedicated specialists - based in Nottingham, Birmingham, London, Manchester and Exeter.
  • Added value of knowledge transfer - from our wider public sector practice including NHS bodies, registered providers and local authorities.
  • In-depth knowledge of public sector issues - extensive public sector seminar programme and we assist our clients to propose and implement statutory and policy reforms.
  • Thought leadership on key issues - such as devolution, shared services and the mutual programme.

focus on...

Legal updates

Concession Contracts Regulations 2016: when is an arrangement a service concession?

The Technology and Construction Court has ruled in favour of the council in Ocean Outdoor UK Ltd v Hammersmith and Fulham LBC.

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Legal updates

Public matters - October 2018

In this month's public matters the team look at public procurement post-Brexit, Social Impact Bond schemes, the Morrisons data breach and the return of fracking.

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Legal updates

Two years on, what does Brexit look like for public procurement?

With six months to go until the UK leaves the European Union (EU) on 29 March 2019, the House of Commons have published a briefing paper setting out how it anticipates procurement will be affected post Brexit.

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Legal updates

Public matters - September 2018

This edition includes updates on enforcement action by the Information Commissioner’s Office, legal professional privilege and Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards Regulations.

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Richard Barlow

Richard Barlow

Partner and Head of Public Sector

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