Healthcare Law Experts
Your organisation in the best hands
The health and social care sector is transforming. In a rapidly changing environment, our team of specialist healthcare lawyers stay ahead of the issues to work with public and private providers, leading transformation to achieve better, integrated solutions and improve service user outcomes.
Financial pressures, escalating costs of care and an increased focus on regulatory compliance are all playing a part in the changing landscape of the sector. We offer pragmatic and commercial advice to help you navigate the challenges and opportunities that these changes bring. Our services include:
At Blake Morgan, we are proud of our strong reputation in both the private and public healthcare markets, where we act for many of the largest providers of health and social care.
"They have very strong healthcare expertise."
- Chambers and Partners, 2022
Blake Morgan are in The Times Best Law Firms Guide. They highlight the fact that Blake Morgan provided legal advice on all aspects of a recent NHS project to develop a programme to eliminate Hepatitis C in the UK. This included planning and designing the procurement, the contractual work to support it, and litigation advice on challenges to the process.
- The Times Best Law Firms Guide 2022
"Have really enjoyed working with you all over the last 4 months. I’ve worked with a lot of lawyers in my time across a number of industries and can say that it’s been an absolute pleasure working with the Blake Morgan team – I have been impressed by your knowledge, the way you’ve guided us and kept us honest whilst showing some refreshing pragmatism – quite a rare combination in my experience of legal advisors."
- A client, Jan 2021
"They can tailor their advice to the client, which is a great help. You can also call on them at the drop of a hat and they'll throw whatever is necessary at a case."
- Chambers and Partners, 2020
Awards and Accolades
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It is now just over 18 months since amendments to the NHS Act 2006 introduced the option of forming joint committees between a wide range of NHS bodies. Most notably,...Read More
The road to the Procurement Act 2023 was certainly long and winding and whilst the Procurement Bill received the long-awaited Royal Assent in October 2023, procurement practitioners are not home...Read More
What is the new procurement regime for health services in England? On 1st January 2024, the Health Care Services (Provider Selection Regime) Regulations 2023 (the "PSR Regulations") came into force....Read More
Sufficiently serious breach? The Court of Appeal issue landmark decision regarding procurement challenges
What is a sufficiently serious breach? We explain the landmark ruling in Braceurself Limited v NHS England. The primary question for the Court of Appeal in this case was whether,...Read More
The Department of Education (DfE) has published revised statutory guidance which applies to all organisations and agencies who have functions relating to children and young peoples under the age of...Read More
Remote Assessment & the Mental Health Act 1983 – remote technology cannot be used for CTOs, renewals of detention and guardianship orders
A recent case has reiterated that remote technology cannot be used for community treatment orders (CTOs), renewals of detention and guardianship orders.Read More