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Kuldip regularly advises clients on all elements of their procurements, from initial project scoping to contract close, which includes early engagement with the market, drafting the suite of tender and contract documentation, conducting negotiations, scoring, evaluating and de-briefing bidders. She also advises both the public sector and bidders on challenges to their procurement exercises.
She regularly adopts the role of both the lawyer and project manager, a role which requires her to liaise and provide strategic advice at all levels within both public and private sector organisations. She leads the process in identifying both legal and commercial risks and employs complex problem-solving skills in order to mitigate those risks. The depth of her experience means that she is able to identify issues early and devise strategies to avoid common procurement mistakes.
She has particular expertise in the establishment and use of PFI/PPPs, frameworks, outsourcing and joint venture arrangements using the full range of procurement procedures available under the public procurement rules.
Kuldip regularly provides bespoke training to our clients, covering practical procurement issues, risks and mitigation measures. She is also an executive committee member of the Procurement Lawyers Association.
Jurisdiction: England and Wales