Expert Healthcare litigation and Healthcare disputes Law Firm
Blake Morgan is an expert Healthcare Litigation law firm with nationwide offices.
Our Healthcare litigation team has extensive and highly regarded experience across numerous areas of healthcare law and act for many public and private sector clients in this area. The team has dealt with a wide range of different types of healthcare disputes in this area including judicial reviews; bringing and defending procurement challenges; partnership disputes; issues arising in relation to contracts for GP, dental and ophthalmic services; and claims referred to the FHSAU under the NHS dispute resolution procedure.
Main Areas Of Practice
Our expert healthcare litigators have vast experience in advising public bodies in the healthcare sector on challenges to their decisions, in particular in relation to service changes and consultation obligations.
Procurement challenges and disputes
Our legal experts have extensive experience of advising public and private sector healthcare clients on all aspects of disputes in public procurement.
Our team are experienced in advising on a variety of issues arising from contracts including those for GP, dental and ophthalmic services and where disputes have been referred to the FHSAU via the NHS Dispute Resolution procedure.
Our specialist healthcare litigation solicitors have represented NHS England, health boards, CCGs, Trusts and private clients operating in the healthcare sector.
Successfully defending NHS England in a £1bn procurement challenge brought to its largest ever medicines procurement involving the supply of Hepatitis C (AbbVie Limited -v- NHS Commissioning Board (operating under the name of NHS England)  EWHC 61 (TCC)).
Successfully acting for NHS England in the first case to consider the NHS (Competition, Procurement and Patient Choice) No 2 Regulations 2013.
Blake Morgan LLP was delighted to be one of the main supporters of this year's Welsh NHS Confederation Conference 'Building a Vision for NHS Wales'. At the conference, we were...Read More
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