Norton Rose and Olswang land BP panel roles after six-month review
Norton Rose and Olswang have picked up first-time appointments on BP's coveted UK legal panel following a rigorous six-month tender process. The review, which was led by group general counsel Rupert Bondy, saw the pair appointed for three-year terms alongside longstanding advisers Linklaters, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Herbert Smith, CMS Cameron McKenna, Field Fisher Waterhouse and Scottish firm McGrigors. The oil giant has also appointed a small number of specialist firms for niche advice.
Norton Rose and Olswang have picked up first-time appointments on BP’s coveted UK legal panel following a rigorous six-month tender process.
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