BP completes panel review with two firms losing spots

Fieldfisher and Reed Smith have lost their places while six firms have won new spots

BP has completed a review of its UK and international legal panel, with three firms losing their spots and six gaining new places.

Fieldfisher and Reed Smith were cut from the panel, while Atma Partners, Dentons, Euclid, Hill Dickinson, Hogan Lovells and PwC Legal were all added to the roster.

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