Network Rail slashes core panel from 12 firms to five as Dentons wins role

Dentons has won an appointment to Network Rail's legal panel following an adviser review that has seen the rail operator's core external roster cut from 12 law firms to five. Three firms in addition to Dentons have been appointed to cover England and Wales: longstanding advisers Bond Pearce, Eversheds and Addleshaw Goddard. All four will handle a full range of work including corporate, property, pensions and employment. Maclay Murray & Spens has been appointed to advise on Scots law matters.

Dentons has won an appointment to Network Rail’s legal panel following an adviser review that has seen the rail operator’s core external roster cut from 12 law firms to five.

Three firms in addition to Dentons have been appointed to cover England and Wales: longstanding advisers Bond Pearce, Eversheds and Addleshaw Goddard. 

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