Department of defence
BAE Systems general counsel Philip Bramwell likes to delegate. Last year he charged UK chief counsel Roger Wiltshire with handling the defence company's recently concluded review of its UK legal advisers - its first panel review in 12 years. And he has just handed the job of re-assessing the group of law firms BAE uses for its international work to Andrew Guest, chief counsel for Saudi Arabia.
Under a new GC BAE has totally overhauled its legal team as it moves to put previous controversies in the past. Alex Aldridge reports
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