Treasury Solicitor's Office launches two panels amid services overhaul

Harris, Joanne
April 2005
Lawyer;4/11/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 14, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Treasury Solicitor's Office has unveiled two new legal panels as it reviews the way it provides services to clients. The Litigation Catalogue panel focuses on debt recovery, following the closure of the Treasury Solicitor's own debt recovery team. The second panel will handle work for regular Treasury Solicitor client Ofsted and consists of Anthony Collins Solicitors, Bevan Brittan, Borneo Linnells, Field Fisher Waterhouse and Jones Myers Partnership. Salans partner Caroline Harvey, who heads the firm's Bromley office, said the firm was deligbted to be appointed to the panel.


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