“The firm is professional and has very experienced expert lawyers. They provide very timely information and can be reached 24/7, and offer instant access to comprehensive advice.”
Our specialist public law solicitors have a national reputation for advising central government departments, local government, national regulators, NHS clients, listed companies, small and medium enterprises, not-for-profit sector clients and other public and private bodies.
Areas of law in which we provide specialist advice include:
|Statutory powers||Lawful decision making processes||EU law|
|Investigations||Information sharing||Judicial review|
|Regulation and regulatory law||Consultation||Human rights|
|Mental health||Governance and information governance||Competition law|
|Welsh legal services||Procurement||Health and safety|
Our highly regarded Public Law team provides advice to numerous local authorities, regulators, Universities, all Local Health Board’s and NHS Trusts in Wales, NHS clients in England, Fire and Rescue and Police authorities and the Welsh Government.
Other clients include:
A few examples of the many ways in which how our experienced public law experts have helped clients include:
“On the local government side, the firm is appointed to advise the South West Wales framework and Cardiff County Council.”
“The team won a place on the UK-wide framework for regulatory work for the NHSLA and the Department of Health. ”
Public sector specialists at Blake Morgan have been successful in a competitive tender process to provide legal services to the North West Legal Consortium.
Allan Wilson, Partner and Hannah James, Senior Solicitor of Blake Morgan, with Counsel Fenella Morris QC and Benjamin Tankel of 39 Essex Street Chambers, successfully defend the NHS in Wales from a multi-million pound challenge by care home providers
Judgment was handed down on Monday 21 December in the first case to consider the NHS (Competition, Procurement and Patient Choice) No 2 Regulations 2013, and in which case Blake Morgan acted for the defendant, NHS England.
The court has handed down judgment in the case of R (oao Woolcock) v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Secretary of State for Justice and the Welsh Ministers.
NHS whistleblowers will be entitled to compensation if they are stopped from getting new jobs in the health service because of their disclosures.
Following a recent decision by Mr Justice Blake, Interested Parties in judicial review proceedings may be concerned that the courts are more likely to make costs orders against them in the future where challenges fail.