Eversheds Sutherland fees for advice on transfer of Carillion contracts revealed

Freedom of information request reveals fees for post-Carillion collapse work for Network Rail

Evershed Sutherland was paid almost £500,000 for its work for Network Rail in the wake of the collapse of construction giant Carillion, a freedom of information (FOI) request has revealed.

The firm was brought in to advise on the transfer of Carillion contracts to Amey Rail, a deal that saved more than 600 jobs following the company’s administration.

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