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  1. Public procurement – Leading sets
  2. Public procurement – Leading silks
  3. Public procurement – 2016 silks
  4. Public procurement – Leading juniors

Public procurement – Leading sets

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Monckton Chambers has β€˜unrivalled expertise and breadth of coverage’ and β€˜always has the right lawyer at the right level with the right expertise’. Michael Bowsher QC acted for FP McCann in a case against the Department of Regional Development in Northern Ireland, arising from the procurement of a Β£100m road contract. In another highlight, Philip Moser QC and Brendan McGurk appeared for the successful tenderer as an intervenor in Premaitha v Cardiff and Vale University Health Board.

11KBW houses β€˜real sector experts’, such as Jason Coppel QC, who – along with other members – represented criminal law solicitors in judicial review and Part 7 CPR challenges to the procurement for duty provider contracts. Other headline instructions included acting for a claimant train manufacturer in a challenge to the tender process for the provision of new trains for the Merseyside urban transport network.

Blackstone Chambers is the β€˜go-to’ set for public law matters, where members have wide-ranging expertise and handle procurement challenges in sectors such as sport and technology. James Segan represented the claimant in a challenge to the termination of the award process for the food supply contract to the British Armed Forces, while Hanif Mussa is acting for the claimant in R (Global Gaming Ventures (Southampton) Ltd) v Southampton City Council.

Barristers of Keating Chambers marry β€˜strong expertise with a helpful and approachable attitude’. Sarah Hannaford QC led Simon Taylor in Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust v NHS Swale Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS Dartford, Gravesham and Swanley, relating to a tender for adult community services in North Kent.

Henderson Chambers maintains a steady stream of instructions from local and regional authorities on disputes as well as advisory matters. Andrew Kinnier acted for the Welsh government in a procurement challenge filed by Triumph Furniture, which was represented by Rhodri Williams QC.

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