Global law firm Clyde & Co has today announced that it has been re-appointed to the legal services panel for HealthTrust Europe, having been first appointed to the panel in 2015.
HealthTrust Europe procures, manages and facilitates framework agreements and contracts on behalf of University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust (UHCW) and other NHS organisations. It also provides logistics and other procurement and supply chain services.
Clyde & Co presented a multi-practice team in its submission, highlighting its experience in the many specialisms covered by the Framework Agreement, including: healthcare (including mental health law); litigation, dispute resolution, arbitration and investigations; contract and commercial law; employment, pensions and employee related tax law; property, estates, energy and environmental law; corporate governance; corporate finance & public private partnership law; intellectual property, IT, telecoms, media and e-commerce law; tax law; information law; mergers & acquisitions; and international law.
Claire Petts, Global Head of Healthcare at Clyde & Co, said: "We are very pleased to be re-appointed to this legal panel. We will continue to bring legal innovations from the private healthcare sector into the NHS, and look forward to working with the NHS members of HealthTrust Europe".
Gemma Brannigan, Healthcare Partner at Clyde & Co, said: "Clyde & Co's public sector team is going from strength to strength. Our reappointment to the HealthTrust Europe panel confirms our position as a leading advisor to the full range of NHS bodies, and builds on the success of our recent appointment to the UK-wide NHS Shared Business Services framework and others".
Clyde & Co's Healthcare team comprises over 100 lawyers throughout the UK and provides legal advice to public sector healthcare clients across the UK and internationally. It is instructed by more than 50 NHS Trusts and healthcare organisations. The team is recognised for its in-depth understanding of the legal, regulatory and commercial issues that our public sector healthcare clients face, providing a 'one-stop-shop' for all our clients' legal needs including healthcare regulatory, disciplinary, judicial review, representation at inquests and defendant clinical negligence.