London Boroughs Legal Alliance hands panel spots to lucky seven as roster cut

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  • Congratulations Freeths. Surprised to see Bond Dicks miss out. I thought they were trying to build their profile in London.

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  • Bond Dickinson, Eversheds and Kennedys all dropped from the legal panel representing 10 of London's boroughs!

    This is pretty damning. These 3 firms have been on the legal panel since 2010, so the London Boroughs were making an informed decision that they didn't want these firms. I wonder if it was a fee issue? Perhaps it was expertise, did their public sector legal teams overstate the standard of their service and get found out?

    Whatever the reason, I wouldn't want to be one of the partners who lost this work.

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  • The Tyne and Wear Legal Services Framework (covering five big councils in North East England) needs to be procured in the next few months (as it expires on 30 April 2014).

    It will be interesting to see whether Bevan Brittan, Ashfords, Sharp Pritchard, TLT or Freeths are successful at getting on to that panel.

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