Capsticks reappointed to NOE CPC’s legal services framework20/04/21
Capsticks are delighted to be reappointed to the NHS North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative’s (NOE CPC) Legal Services framework. The reappointment demonstrates our quality of service over the last four years and reflects our ability to support the NHS and other public sector bodies with their complex work nationally. We look forward to supporting our clients on the full scale of their legal matters.
The framework is managed by NOE CPC and enables public health and social care services, as well as local authorities, charities, social housing providers, educational establishments, police organisations and fire and rescue services to access Capsticks’ specialist legal advice on bespoke projects and complex legal issues. The firm’s appointment to the framework means that Capsticks can be instructed in NHS Governance and Public Law, Healthcare law, Mental Health Law, Employment Law, Contract and Commercial law, Property Law and Corporate Finance and PFI projects.
Rachael Heenan, Senior Partner, said: “Our working relationship with the NHS over four decades establishes us as a trusted partner to public sector organisations. We have enjoyed supporting NOE CPC and its members on complex legal challenges since the beginning, and look forward to providing them with excellent commercial advice and high service levels in the future.”
Ian Cooper, clinical law partner, said: “We are delighted to have been reappointed to the framework. This is recognition of our position as a leading firm in the public sector, advising on some of the most challenging issues facing public bodies.”
Capsticks’ 350 specialist lawyers are all engaged in healthcare, housing, public sector/ emergency services and regulatory work, and are fully immersed in the closely-related sectors in which they work. Their unrivalled knowledge and experience in issues affecting public sector organisations nationally, ensures their clients are provided with outstanding guidance and support.