Public procurement - rules and reality
What contracting authorities have to do, and what to do when they don’t.
David Gollancz is widely recognised as a leading procurement lawyer and specialises all aspects of public/private transactions, including state aid, employment, pensions and commercial law. In addition to his wide-ranging experience in public contracts in general, David has a extensive background in public law, particularly as it affects local authorities and non-departmental public bodies, and an in-depth understanding of the working of public sector authorities.
Formerly a solicitor, David led the Treasury Solicitor’s public procurement and commercial team and the public procurement group at City solicitors Field Fisher Waterhouse. He is licensed for public access, meaning that he is able to take instructions direct from lay clients as well as from solicitors.
David’s reputation in procurement is recognised in Chambers & Partners Guide to the Legal Profession and the Legal 500. References include:
“Sharp, reliable and pragmatic”
“Years of experience in procurement and commercial contracts law”
“Someone solicitors can count on”