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Public Sector Contracts in 2019 - Lexis Nexis


Public Sector Contracts in 2019 - Lexis Nexis
Public Sector Contracts in 2019 - Lexis Nexis
On demand
Projects and Regeneration


Date: Recorded (Instantly available)


Shaun Jamieson

Procurement, Public Law and Transformation Legal Director, Eversheds

Over 25 years experience as a public sector lawyer, including 12 years working in an in-house capacity culminating in position as the County Solicitor and head of Legal Services at Cardiff. Advised over 100 different public and quasi public bodies on a whole range of public law issues ranging from provision of written opinions concerning lawfulness of actions (such as completion of controversial project during purdah) to responding to judicial review challenges.Procurement, Public Law and Transformation Legal Director

Stephen Pearson

Partner and Head of Education Group, Freeths

Stephen specialises in and has spent over 15 years specialising in complex matters on the interface between the public and private sectors. He has acted on a number of major public sector outsourcing projects in leisure, waste, development and education and now actively advises on the creation of various new public/public and public – private corporate entities designed to service public sector and not-for-profit organisations. He specialises in drafting complex contracts, advice on Procurement Law and State Aid, and frequently runs seminars and workshops in these specialised areas.

Cost: £75+VAT (Gain access to one-hour audio-video web broadcast, multiple choice quiz to check your understanding of the webinar content and downloadable speaker slides, podcast and Lexis®Library case reports)

Topics discussed will include:

  • Procurement – some recent key cases and what they teach us in terms of procuring public contracts [Thinking of the recent case on Faraday and Proof IT SIA vs EIGE]/reminder of some of the terms that need to be included in contracts
  • Risk allocation – hidden risk transfer or retention and when does responsibility/liability remain with the local authority
  • Use of different delivery vehicles in contracts for projects – when can you use an LLP?

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