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Answers to 16 Thorny Questions: Directly from 10 Lawyers and Industry Experts
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Chaired by: Edward Quigg of Quigg Golden
Edward is one of the UK's most-experienced public procurement experts. He is a veteran of scores of challenges and is a guest lecturer at QUB, as well as Treasurer of the Adjudication Society.
Tricia and Martin will be taking questions and sharing real life examples of how practically to apply the legal solutions in between each of the individual sessions.
Answered by: Ciara Kennedy-Loest of Hogan Lovells
Ciara is a former "Global Procurement Lawyer of the Year." She acted in the challenge to Eurostar's contract award for Channel Tunnel rolling stock. She is "pre-eminent" and "absolutely first class."
Answered by: Emily Heard of Bevan Brittan
Emily is author of "NHS Procurement Knife Fight." She acted in the Fair Crime Contract Alliance litigation, which is described as the most complex public procurement dispute ever brought.
Answered by: David Hansom of Clyde & Co
David is "razor sharp, incredibly clued up and achieves sensational results." He advised on the regeneration of the HMS Daedalus site in Hampshire and New Covent Garden Market.
Answered by: Kerry Teahan of Carson McDowell
Kerry advises on some of the most complex and challenging procurements in Northern Ireland. "Her knowledge, understanding and capacity to solve problems are second-to-none.”
Answered by: Sarah Hannaford QC of Keating Chambers
Sarah’s skill and authority in procurement law is “brilliant and unparalleled." She acted for HS2 in a challenge to the pre-qualification stage of the procurement of rolling stock.
Answered by: Bruno Herbots of Herbots Solicitors
Bruno worked on the development of Ireland's National Paediatric Hospital Projects. He is renowned for "his inventive solutions" and for being a highly gifted public speaker.
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Answered by: David Gollancz of Keating Chambers
David established the Treasury Solicitor's Public Procurement Team. He brings a huge number of cases to the table. He "just doesn't stop until he's found you a solution or an argument."
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All speaker quotes are taken from Chambers Directory, Who’s Who Legal or Legal 500