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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

1 WOOD STREET, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON, EC2V 7WS, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7919 4500
Fax:
Fax 020 7919 4919
DX:
154280 CHEAPSIDE 8
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Web:
www.eversheds-sutherland.com

Alison Brearey

Tel:
Work +44 207 919 0808
Email:
Eversheds Sutherland

Work Department

Alison is a partner in our Commercial group. She specialises in outsourcing, joint ventures and PPPs and supply chain issues for the public and private sectors and has over 15 years experience in commercial contracting arrangements. Prior to this she was a partner in the corporate team and this combined commercial/corporate experience is particularly useful for project managing major commercial transactions.

Her recent experience includes leading and delivering an FM outsourcing for a FTSE 100 client and acting for a bidder on its bid as part of a consortium to the Home Office under the recent passport and identity card procurement run by IPS.

Brexit

The impact of Brexit will not be the same for all businesses. Our Brexit lawyers are working with a number of clients to help them with Brexit planning. We are helping them take steps to put themselves in the best possible position. For some clients, we have analysed the implications of Brexit on their business based on the different potential models of Brexit. We would be happy to discuss the potential implications of Brexit for your business too.

Contact Alison for more information on how Brexit may affect your business.

View our Brexit hub for our full range of Brexit resources.

Other


Alison has recently contributed to new outsourcing law videos on how our outsourcing legal team can help you.
View the videos below

International outsourcing: Our experience

International outsourcing: Working with HSBC – a case study

 

 

 

Visit our Brexit Legal Advice Hub for in-house lawyers

Position

Partner


London: Corporate and commercial

Commercial contracts

Within: Commercial contracts

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP's sizeable pan-UK team provides full-service support on domestic and multijurisdictional agreements to clients such as FTSE 100 companies, US-based corporates, financial institutions and public sector organisations. Illustrative of the firm's strengths in cross-border matters, in 2017, Alison Brearey, and senior associates Kate Mowbray and Edward Tompkin advised Aviva on outsourcing its global real estate management portfolio to CBRE; this deal involved 20 jurisdictions worldwide. On the supplier side, Tom Bridgford, Simon Gamlin and associate Kate Moore recently acted for Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) in the successful negotiation of a new five-year outsourcing agreement with the Lloyds Market Association and International Underwriting Association of London to provide back-office processing of insurance premiums and claims, and related activities. Another key client is Hammerson, for whom the firm advises on the management of its retail portfolio; Kelly Holmes recently led a team, which assisted the client with the re-tender of cleaning services for its portfolio of UK shopping centres. Richard Prowse is the head of the UK team.

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