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Eversheds Sutherland reappointed to Heathrow Airport’s legal panel

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    Eversheds Sutherland has been reappointed to Heathrow Airport’s legal panel following a competitive review of its legal advisers.

    The global legal practice has advised longstanding client Heathrow since 2009 and was assessed on the depth and quality of its full-service offering as well as its knowledge of the client’s business. The panel will run for three years, effective from 1st January 2019 and covers HR (employment and pensions), banking, health and safety, tax, regulatory and competition, commercial, construction, real estate and litigation.

    The Eversheds Sutherland team was led by employment Partner Tom Bray and Partner and Head of Labour Relations Martin Warren, with support from a full-service team including construction Partner Jonathan Douglas and health and safety Senior Associate Amy Sadro.

    Tom Bray commented:

    “We are thrilled to have been reappointed to Heathrow’s panel. They have been a much valued and long-standing client for a number of years and we greatly enjoy the close relationships we have with their legal team and their business generally. We have been Heathrow’s premier provider of HR legal advice since 2009 but are particularly pleased that the cross practice group strength of our offering has been recognised in our proposal.

    “We look forward to many exciting opportunities to work with Heathrow across our business, providing them with premier legal advice in a wide range of disciplines as they enter the next exciting phase of their growth as one of the world’s leading airports”

    Carol Hui, Chief of Staff and General Counsel at Heathrow commented:

    “Following a competitive tender process, we are pleased to appoint our legal panel. We look forward to partnering with these law firms who have been chosen for their strength and breadth of experience and who will support us during this exciting period for our airport.”



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