Our specialist team of regulated procurement lawyers advise on all aspects of UK, European Member State and international regulated public and utilities procurement law. We advise public bodies and regulated utilities on structuring and delivering high value procurements for contracts across all of our sectors.
Many of our clients are suppliers to the public and utilities sector who come to us for strategic support in bidding for contracts. We have a team of specialist disputes lawyers who represent clients in contentious procurement proceedings before national and European courts and in front of the European Commission and national regulators.
Scottish & Southern Energy
Worked with the SSE legal and procurement teams on the application of the Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016 and EU Treaty principles. Advised on the whole procurement process from pre-market engagement, PQQ, ITT and contract award.
European Investment Bank
Advised the EIB on European Union the procurement requirements for the investment of EU funds in the UK via groups of combined local authorities.
Advised on NHS public procurement, including on bidding strategy and procurement challenges.
Supported on a range of public procurement matters including a dispute over a £multi-million Ministry of Defence outsourcing contract.
Babcock International Group
Advised the Marine & Technology Division and Defence & Security Division on complex regulated procurement issues relating to major Ministry of Defence contracts.
Advised on the procurement aspects of the deal to provide a resilient 4G network to the Emergency Services as part of the Home Office’s £1.2bn procurement for a new Emergency Services mobile communications network in Britain.
Insights: Regulated public procurement
New law approved on procurement in excluded sectors and modification of some aspects of the Law on Public Sector Contracts
The Government has just approved by Royal Decree-Law 3/2020, of 4 February, the partial transposition of the European Directives relating...