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Morgan Cole appointed to Welsh Government's Legal Services Panel.

LAW firm Morgan Cole has been appointed to the Legal Services Panel for the Welsh Government for the next four years. Led by partner Chris Williams and business development manager Kirsty Beard, the Morgan Cole team has successfully secured the four year contract for delivery of all subject areas including property, commercial, employment, litigation and environment.

The firm will now be entitled to tender for all mini tender exercises during the four year period of the framework for Welsh Government, Countryside Council for Wales, Environment Agency Wales, Forestry Commission Wales, Sports Wales, the Care Council for Wales and the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales. Morgan Cole's chairman Robin Havard said: "This appointment is excellent news for the firm. We look forward to working in partnership with the Welsh Government Legal Services team, supporting their needs and those of the Welsh Government and its sponsored bodies.

"This success builds on our recent work acting for the Welsh Government on its panel for the provision of employment law services and on projects such as the Next Generation Broadband for Wales and the New Fuel Poverty (NEST) Scheme."

With offices in Reading, Oxford, Bristol, Cardiff and Swansea, Morgan Cole employs more than 540 staff including 52 partners. The firm's fee income for 2012/13 is expected to exceed pounds 36m. The four year legal services contract with Welsh Government commences immediately.
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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Feb 29, 2012
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