Andrew Daly

Andrew Daly

Senior solicitor, Hempsons

Andrew has over eight years experience of dealing with the NHS and charities and specialises in procurement law, acting for both contracting authorities and bidders. 

He utilises the knowledge gained from acting for clients on both sides of the fence, to provide pragmatic advice on running both defensible procurement processes, and also to challenge defective processes for bidders.  

He acts for a number of charities and other bidders in considering tender processes, assisting with the submission of their bids, seeking to improve the chances of the bidder being successful, for example, by ensuring that the evaluation criteria are critically analysed and the bid submitted accordingly.

He also advises on possible challenges to the tender processes.


 

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