Our large team of Commercial lawyers provides a comprehensive range of services to clients across all our industry sectors. From strategic level guidance to achieve business goals, through navigating legislative and regulatory frameworks to day-to-day support for in-house legal teams, our overarching aim is to ensure our client receives the level of commercial support it needs and expects.
Our specific areas of expertise include:
- Joint ventures, commercial ventures & partnerships
- Corporate mergers & acquisitions
- New models of care provision in the NHS
- Outsourcing & shared services
- PFI/PPP contract renegotiation & termination
- Information technology
Our teams of specialists know the law inside out; they’re lawyers with impressive credentials and an aptitude for giving clear legal direction. It’s what you would expect from a leading UK firm like ours.
All of this makes us the commercial lawyers of choice for clients throughout England and Wales. They value our experience in the things that are relevant to their market sector. They see that we’re ahead of others in the solutions we design and implement. And that we do it all with the care and confidence that is the mark of a great legal team.
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Creating Sustainable Models
Pennine established the Manchester Resilience Hub (MRH) in the wake of the Manchester Arena Bombings in May 2017. Pennine ‘hosts’ MRH in partnership with Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and Northwest Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. We were commissioned through the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s Mutual Support Programme 2 to support the four Trusts, and the MRH team, to explore options for an alternative and sustainable model for the future delivery of the MRH.
Contract and Commercial Support
West London NHS Trust entered into a 10 year contract with NHS Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to act as the lead provider of a range of community health and social care services for adults, children and young people across the borough. We have provided the Trust with comprehensive contract and commercial support from their appointment as preferred bidder through to finalising the contractual arrangements with NHS Ealing CCG and the Trust’s numerous subcontractors.
Advice on the impact and implications of COVID–19 on commercial contracting issues such as contractor performance, delays, notice issues, KPIs, outputs and deliverables, as well as force majeure, variations and contract negotiation.