Drawing on the skills of lawyers across our firm’s departments, our market-specific advice covers the full range of legal areas including corporate, property, regulatory, due diligence and commissioning and procurement. We’re also known for representing clients in judicial review actions against their commissioners.
We advise on all aspects of this essential part of our healthcare system, from medical device regulation, to procurement and competition, to information law. It’s an area we know better than most; we’ve spent many years working with the public and private sectors to shape healthcare provision that is fit for now and for the future.
We advise on the full range of infrastructure, from highways and rail, to waste and energy, tidal projects and utilities. Different contexts, but always the same unquestionable commitment to getting the best outcome for clients. Outcomes that are legally sound, commercially viable, and workable in practice.
Bevan Brittan has been a key player in the housing sector for more than 30 years. Working with housing associations, the firm’s 13-partner team is drawn from each of the firm’s main disciplines. United by legal precision and a deep understanding of our clients and their sector, our lawyers deliver a full service to clients of all sizes throughout England and Wales.
We are specialists in insurance law. To us, this means far more than just being good at applying the general principles. Our team is made up of lawyers who support insurer clients in every area of their business, from organisational structuring and workplace issues, to protecting their brand, and handling claims.
Bevan Brittan is a leading provider of commercial services to businesses throughout England and Wales. Our clients range from large multinational companies to smaller, single-base enterprises. They operate in sectors including manufacturing, retail and leisure, technology and energy. And they rely on our team to help set up their company and to provide ongoing advice on employment law, property, litigation, data, and intellectual property issues.
We know the manufacturing sector well; we’ve been a part of it for many years. And we understand the specific challenges that distinguish manufacturing businesses from other commercial enterprises. In this pressurised and competitive environment, clients rely on our responsiveness and our proactive handling of the legal and commercial challenges – and the opportunities - they face.
Bevan Brittan advises clients throughout the chain of project delivery and service provision. It’s work that draws on expertise from across our firm, including lawyers specialising in contracts, employment law, dispute resolution, property law, intellectual property, and information law. This full service allows clients to work with a single team of trusted lawyers on all their legal affairs.
At Bevan Brittan we act for a number of large, independent healthcare facilities throughout the UK. These include household names, brands with acute facilities, homecare providers and specialist clinics. We offer the full range of services to these clients, building on our specialist knowledge of the regulatory environment that underpins healthcare provision.
We act for every local authority in England and most in Wales. This gives us an unrivalled perspective on the range of issues our clients face and on your opportunities to introduce positive change. Core members of our team have worked in-house for local authorities, and this adds another dimension to our skill set. We truly understand the internal structures, pressures, processes and cultures that define local government organisations.
Our team is at the forefront of new approaches to commissioning healthcare. We advise more than 10 vanguards in England. We understand the national agenda and the changing landscape facing CCGs and providers, partly because of our vast experience of working with the public healthcare sector. And it’s partly because, like you, we’re moving with the times. Our lawyers sit on national working groups, face-to-face with the people who are steering programmes of change through. It gives us a great perspective on what the future of commissioning will look like.
We have been there from the very beginning, since healthcare was nationalised. And we’re still there today, with a full legal service that is helping NHS clients function and adapt in groundbreaking ways to their changing environment. Our lawyers aren’t just experts in their areas of law. They’re also specialists in strategy, in business and in clinical contexts. Our legal support is high level. It’s relevant and informed. It comes from years of direct experience that few other firms can match.
At Bevan Brittan, we understand the specific regulatory pressures and scrutiny faced by organisations in the charitable care market. It’s a market we know well. We have a long history of advising care providers, as well as organisations that commission care, on the issues that affect service delivery and commercial operations.
Within our commercial healthcare team are lawyers with specific expertise in advising Community Interest Companies (CICs). We provide legal support that benefits from our medical law experience and our long-standing role as advisors to the NHS. We regularly act on inquests, for example, and represent our clients in Care Quality Commission investigations and proceedings.
Working with housing associations, health organisations, and local authorities, the firm’s 13-partner team is drawn from each of the firm’s main disciplines. United by legal precision and a deep understanding of our clients and their sector, our lawyers deliver a full service to clients of all sizes throughout England and Wales.
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