Preparing a bid for a public service contract is a balancing act between taking on manageable levels of risk and submitting a compliant bid which scores well in the tender evaluation.

Our team has extensive experience of working with bidders to help them submit winning tenders. We adopt a commercial approach to identify contractual and regulatory risks and devise practical strategies to manage them. Getting the contract right from the outset can have a profound effect on the sustainability of the enterprise going forward.

Key issues on which our input is often sought include:

  • Warranties and indemnities
  • Limitation of liability and insurance
  • Payment and performance measurement systems
  • Variations and Change Clauses
  • Termination and exit arrangements
  • Ownership of intellectual property rights

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