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Law firm is appointed to procurement panels

LAW firm Burness Paull & Williamsons has been appointed to a UK-wide government procurement framework.

Appointed firms can act on behalf of the whole public sector, with the agreement designed to cover high-value work.

The firm is the only Scottish representative on the general corporate panel and the general litigation and legal services panel. It was appointed to the framework following a two-stage tender process. Partner Ewan McIntyre led the tender for the firm and said: "A great deal of time, resources and hard work went into this process and we are absolutely delighted with the outcome."

The panels run for two years, with the possibility of a two-year extension.

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