Addleshaw Goddard

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Addleshaw Goddard retains position as legal services provider to Sainsbury’s

Addleshaw Goddard has retained its position as a core provider of legal services to FTSE 100 client Sainsbury’s.

The appointment, which runs for three years from April 2014, followed a rigorous tender process and review of the Sainsbury’s legal community, with the core panel designed to provide full support across the following areas: commercial (including corporate and data protection); competition; dispute resolution; property (including planning and convenience); and trading (including intellectual property).

The Addleshaw Goddard team is being led by Jonathan Davey and includes Ian Smith, Andrew Rosling, James Whittaker and Richard Goodfellow.

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