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Public & Administrative Law
When a major government decision is made, public bodies and the private sector need a team who have been there before; a team that understands the needs and motivations of policymakers and business alike.
Our team has worked at the highest levels of government (Sir Jonathan Jones is the former head of the UK Government Legal Department and Dame Alison Saunders is the former Director of Public Prosecutions) and in businesses engaging with the state. We know how to challenge government decision-making when it goes wrong, and public bodies trust us to design robust policies and processes.
We have worked on the most complex and high-profile public law issues in Europe: judicial reviews, public procurements, public inquiries, subsidy control / State aid disputes, price control reviews and human rights cases. We appear before UK courts at all levels, the European Court of Human Rights, the European Court of Justice and other international tribunals.
The breadth of our expertise is unmatched: public and private sector clients seek the firm’s expertise in all regulated sectors, in particular energy, financial services, tech, defence, infrastructure & transport, utilities, telecommunications, real estate, healthcare, gaming, and education.
We also know that the best way to resolve a dispute with government is before problems arise: we work hard for our clients in court, and we work just as hard to find solutions outside of it.
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