Line-up of law firms win places on long-awaited Government super-panel
Eversheds, Ashurst and DLA Piper are among more than 25 law firms appointed to the long-awaited Government Procurement Service (GPS) legal panel following the conclusion of a lengthy and much-delayed review. The overhaul of the panel – formerly known as Catalist – was originally launched in September 2010 in a bid to reduce Whitehall's legal spend and cut back the number of firms used by Government departments.
Eversheds and Ashurst among firms appointed after lengthy review
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