What our barristers do
Our barristers offer expertise in all areas of procurement law, including public procurement, the private finance initiative (PFI) and public-private partnership (PPP).
Our services range from non-contentious advice during the tender process to appearing and advising in litigation and arbitration proceedings and mediations.
Areas of specific expertise include construction and infrastructure projects, NHS procurement and commissioning, local authority contracts such as waste and renewable energy schemes, central government contracts, regeneration schemes, transport projects, urban development, IT, energy and utilities.
Significant cases in which our barristers have represented clients include:
- Acting for the Gambling Commission in the recent high-profile claims arising from the award of the Fourth National Lottery Licence.
- Braceurself Ltd v NHS England  EHWC 2348 (TCC)
- Excession Technologies Ltd v Police Digital Service  EWHC 413 (TCC)
- Acting for the Department for Health and Social Care in procurement claims arising out of the Covid-19 pandemic.
- Amey Highways Ltd v West Sussex CC  EWHC 1291 (TCC)
- Acting for NHS Trusts and other healthcare commissioners in a range of procurement disputes arising from the commissioning of health care services.
- Acting in disputes arising out of the procurement for legal aid services.
- Advising on procurement issues associated with the 2012 Olympics
- Advising on procurement issues in relation to the managing and decommissioning of nuclear facilities
Who our barristers act for
Our clients include central and local government, foreign government departments, construction companies, developers and third parties, and transport, IT and energy companies.
Where our barristers act
Our barristers appear in the High Court and appellate courts as well as mediations and arbitration proceedings.