- Procurement, Commercial, Projects
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What Oliver can do for you
Oliver is a partner in Hempsons’ corporate commercial team, a role that involves advising public and private sector clients on a variety of health and social care matters.
He advises on high value and complex commercial contracts, transactions and projects. He is an expert in public procurement law, including in relation to procurement disputes.
Oliver is known for his friendly, approachable demeanour and for providing clear, pragmatic, commercial advice. He cares about his clients’ interests and objectives and puts them first, delivering results in a straightforward and effective manner.
Oliver is listed as a “next generation partner” in 2020 and 2021 editions of the Legal 500, where he receives particular recognition for being “experienced in public procurement work” and is “noted for his advice on commercial contracts and public procurement law”.
Main areas of expertise
- Procurement and tendering law (contracting authorities and bidders – contentious and non-contentious)
- Commercial contracts
- Projects and outsourcing
- Collaborations and joint ventures
The clients he works with
- NHS bodies, including NHS England, NHS foundation trusts, NHS trusts, and clinical commissioning groups
- Private sector organisations
- Third sector organisations
- Healthcare regulatory and representative bodies
- Healthcare professionals
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“experienced in public procurement work”