Walker Morris set to provide legal support to Centre for Process Innovation
Walker Morris has been appointed to the Legal Service Panel for the Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) following a successful tender.
The firm was successful in all areas of legal work and will cover all lots: property and construction; corporate; procurement state aid and competition; commercial and intellectual property litigation; commercial and technology; engineering law (contentious and non-contentious); employment (contentious and non-contentious); and safety, health, environment and operational regulatory.
The appointment, which will last for two years, will see Walker Morris and the other legal panel members work with the in-house team to provide additional legal support and expertise as required.
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