Sharpe Pritchard appoints Rob Hann as Head of Local Government, bolstering commercial support for sector post-Brexit and post-Covid

Sharpe Pritchard, the public law specialists, has appointed Rob Hann, a leading lawyer in the sector, as its Head of Local Government. Based in Nottingham, Rob’s appointment bolsters the firm’s existing capacity to advise local government organisations across the Country on commercial trading and charging matters post-Brexit and post-Covid, with some local government companies having…

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Sharpe Pritchard working with Commercial Gov to provide a commercial governance masterclass for the Local Government Association

Rob Hann, Head of Local Government at Sharpe Pritchard and Peter Collins, Partner at Sharpe Pritchard and expert in corporate governance law and practice (https://www.sharpepritchard.co.uk/) are working with CommercialGov (https://www.commercialgov.co.uk/) to support the development and delivery of a Governance for commercial activity masterclass on behalf of the Local Government Association (LGA). The Governance for commercial…

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Sharpe Pritchard receives London Healthy Workplace Award

London-based law firm, Sharpe Pritchard, which specialises in public law and commercial matters has received a London Healthy Workplace Award from the Mayor of London’s Office. The award, which is supported by Public Health England, recognises good practice amongst London’s employers in promoting the health and wellbeing of their staff. The verifier was particularly complimentary…

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Sharpe Pritchard promotes a new Partner as part of a raft of internal appointments

London-based public law firm, Sharpe Pritchard has underscored its strength in depth with a new Partner appointment as part of a raft of internal appointments. Senior Associate, Rachel Murray-Smith becomes a Partner, having joined the firm in 2014. Rachel specialises in projects and procurement matters and has a particular interest in and focus on construction….

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