National Grid to review firms ahead of panel overhaul
National Grid is to conduct back-to-back reviews of its external legal advisers, after the term for its current line-up ends on 31 March. The first ‘closed' review - which will begin in the next few weeks - will evaluate cost structures and the performance of the existing 16-firm line-up, and extend the terms of the current panel for a year.
Utilities giant to assess performance of 16-firm line-up as part of wide-ranging examination of legal function
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