Bevan Brittan scoops double honours at the HealthInvestor Awards

14/06/2018

Vincent Buscemi

Vincent Buscemi

Partner

Bevan Brittan was delighted to win two awards at the prestigious HealthInvestor Awards that were presented at the Grosvenor Hotel in London(13 June). The firm is very proud that this is the second year in succession it has been honoured with these two awards.

The categories that Bevan Brittan won were:

  • Legal Advisor of the Year – Public Sector
  • Legal Advisor of the Year – Public Transactional

The firm was also very pleased to be nominated as a finalist in the Legal Advisor of the Year – Private Sector award category.

The HealthInvestor Awards recognise the best health and social care providers, advisors and funders in the UK and are one of the top events in the annual calendar for the industry.

Bevan Brittan won the awards against tough competition with nine other law firms nominated in each category. The judges praised Bevan Brittan for "providing advice across the entire health and social care landscape and at all levels – including projects of national and international importance" and, for the Public Transactional Award, for "pioneering work on integrated systems in Yeovil and on cost improvement schemes for large trusts."

Joanna Lloyd, Partner and Head of Health at Bevan Brittan, said: "To win two HealthInvestor awards is an achievement;– to win two awards, two years in succession is unprecedented. These awards recognise the exceptional skills of our lawyers across our health and social care teams. We are proud that we work so well with our clients bringing together excellent health and social care market knowledge and advising our clients to help them continue to be commercially strong and help their organisations thrive. "   

Vincent Buscemi, Partner and Head of Independent Health & Social Care at Bevan Brittan, added: "It was an excellent evening and a great event. As a finalist, I am delighted that Bevan Brittan has gained recognition not only for our exceptional NHS experience but also for our work with private health and social care providers, investors and suppliers."         

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