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Answers to 9 thorny questions: Directly from 10 of the UK’s most in-demand lawyers and doers
Chaired by: Neil Thody of Cameron Consulting
Neil is one of the UK’s leading experts on the application of the procurement rules. “He sees the bigger picture and is a crucial sounding board when it comes to strategy.”
Janet and Claire will be taking questions and sharing real life examples of how to apply practically the legal solutions.
Answered by: Michael Mousdale of Browne Jacobson
Michael has advised on some of the most complex and innovative procurements, including the first ever PFI scheme and Europe's largest local government PFI. “He is a class operator.”
Answered by: David Hansom of Clyde & Co
David is "razor sharp, incredibly clued up and achieves sensational results." He is advising on the regeneration of the HMS Daedalus site in Hampshire and New Covent Garden Market.
Answered by: Michael Rainey of Addleshaw Goddard
Michael advised Manchester Airport Group on the £1bn Manchester Airport Transformation Project. He "continues to impress with his stellar public procurement practice.”
Answered by: Kate Gough of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Kate acted in the UK’s biggest ever public procurement challenge, Energy Solutions v Nuclear Decommissioning Authority. “She matches the very best for talent and expertise.”
Answered by: Kate Rees of Hogan Lovells
Kate represented Alstom over its challenge to the award of a contract for rolling stock on the Central Line. “She is a complete guru; she knows everything about procurement."
Answered by: Emily Heard of Bevan Brittan
Emily acted in the Fair Crime Contract Alliance litigation, which is described as the most complex procurement dispute ever brought. “She is clear, concise and commercial.”
Answered by: Bradley Martin of DWF
Bradley advised South Tyneside Council on the tenders for a £200 million development on a brownfield site. “He is a standout rising star and commercial problem-solver.”
All speaker quotes are taken from Chambers Directory, Who’s Who Legal or Legal 500