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Governments and strategic projects lawyers

The Governments and Strategic Projects lawyers at global law firm Eversheds Sutherland can help you on any project involving Government and the wider public sector, with a particular focus on outsourcings and strategic partnerships/projects, international arbitration, inquires & investigations and developments and regeneration projects.

What do we do?

Our team of lawyers act for the public and the private sector across our global network and are here to help you navigate every step of the way through the often complex landscape of critical and strategic projects/matters in the Government and wider public sector.

Why choose to work with us?

We have market leading credentials in this sector and we can deploy that knowledge and expertise to help you get the best result for your particular matter or project.

Our experience is strengthened by the fact that we act for both the public sector (be that Governments/other public bodies on a central, regional and local level) and for private sector contractors and suppliers operating within this arena.  This allows us to see issues from “both sides of the table” and bring that experience to bear to find practical, commercial and appropriate resolutions to the wide range of issues that can arise.

In what jurisdictions do we operate?

Our Governments and Strategic Projects team operates across our global office network.

What are our specific areas of experience?

We can advise on all major projects in Government and the wider public sector, with a particular focus and experience in the following areas:

  • Outsourcings and Strategic Partnerships
  • International Arbitration
  • Inquiries & investigations
  • Development and regeneration projects

We have specific experience in the following areas of law (and many more besides):

  • commercial contracting
  • joint venturing/partnerships
  • litigation
  • real estate
  • construction
  • planning
  • regulatory compliance
  • procurement
  • subsidy control
  • data protection
  • health and safety
  • employment and pensions
  • tax
  • corporate