Pinsent Masons appointed to Crown Commercial Service full service panel

14 Mar 2017 | 10:45 am |

International law firm Pinsent Masons has been appointed to the Crown Commercial Service's (CCS) new legal services panel.

The CCS is the procurement route for all of Central Government's external legal services.

Pinsent Masons was previously appointed by CCS on its former framework agreement for major and high value projects, corporate, finance and litigation matters. It is one of 12 ‘Tier 1’ firms appointed to provide a full range of legal services including TMT, finance, planning and real estate, projects and infrastructure, tax, EU and competition, restructuring, dispute resolution and arbitration.

Simon Colvin, lead partner and head of TMT at Pinsent Masons says:

"We have a long-standing relationship acting for Central Government and I'm delighted that we have been appointed under this new arrangement to continue supporting them on the high profile and strategic developments that are on the horizon. Their requirements marry well with our strengths as a full service firm and we have a strong, cross-practice team in place to respond to their needs."

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