“The firm is professional and has very experienced and expert lawyers. They provide very timely information and can be reached 24/7, so they offer instant access to comprehensive advice.”
Our experienced team assist on a wide range of legal services but have developed an impressive reputation for their expertise on:
In addition, the team has a solid track record in advising on policy-making and constitutional matters.
We advise a wide range of clients, including:
Crown Commercial Service
|Foreign and Commonwealth Offices Home Estate|
|Maritime and Coastguard Agency||Department for Transport|
|Department of Communities and Local Government||Numerous local authorities across England and Wales|
|Department for Health||Police, fire and rescue authorities|
|Natural Resources Wales|
|Department of Business, Innovation & Skills (acting for the UK Space Agency)|
Examples of how our highly experienced lawyers have helped:
“Blake Morgan LLP provides a cross-disciplinary service to local authority clients.”
Blake Morgan partner Penny Rinta-Suksi has taken up a key position on the board of the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP).
The widespread adoption of a new funding model for major infrastructure projects across the UK may have moved a step closer thanks to a key decision that has come to light.
However, the NPD model had to be placed on hold in both Wales and Scotland (where it was originally developed) due to the decision by the Office of National Statistics that an NPD scheme
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Details of Cameron's new government have been announced this afternoon. One of the key surprises is the appointment of former Universities Minister, Greg Clark MP, as Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.
Central Government has always had the money to invest in a private finance initiative (PFI) programme to design, build, operate, maintain and finance new leisure facilities.
On 23 June voters across the UK will decide whether the UK should remain in the European Union (EU) or leave it. But what difference will leaving the EU make to UK Employment Laws? William Downing comments in Dash24
Social housing expert Lisa recently published in Inside Housing commenting on the Government’s renewed attempt to privatise the Land Registry’s services.
With a strong offering to local authorities within our top ranked Restructuring and Insolvency team, as a team we come across many matters when in the process of recovering Council Tax...
We advised a regional police authority on a high value procurement and contractual dispute.
We have advised on a contract for the provision of payment card services to the Welsh public sector.