Procurement Legal Surgeries

NHS LPP and NOECPC are delighted to present a collaborative webinar in association with Hempsons, exclusively for NHS LPP and NOE CPC members.

Webinar title: Hempsons seminar: Procurement Law Update

When: 2.00 – 4.00pm, Wednesday 6 March 2024 

Where: Online via Microsoft Teams

Host: Andrew Daly, Partner and Head of Procurement, Hempsons LLP  

Organised by: NHS LPP and NOE CPC

How to register: Members' registration link   

About the seminar  

Andrew will provide a session that will cover the following:
1. Common issues arising following the introduction of the Provider Selection Regime
2. The latest position on the Procurement Act 2023, exploring some key issues
3. Developments in procurement case law
4. Questions and discussion

The webinar is free of charge, however registration is essential. 

How to register

Please submit your registration no later than Friday 1 March using this registration link.  

What happens after you register?

**As this is a joint webinar organised with NOE CPC, details will be sent in a slightly different way.** Please look out for a calendar invitation from NOECPC events ( confirming your registration. The Teams link to join on the day will be enclosed. 

Any questions?

Please get in touch at and we will be happy to help.

Our host

Andrew Daly - Partner and Head of Procurement, Hempsons LLP

Andrew is a Partner and Head of Procurement within Hempsons LLP's specialist procurement team, with over 20 years’ experience of working with the NHS, acting for contracting authorities and bidders.

Andrew Daly HGT

Andrew provides pragmatic advice on running defensible processes/defending procurement challenges. Andrew led on one of the first innovation partnership procedures and regularly advises on designing and structuring processes and drafting procurement documentation. He acted for the commissioner in defending the first NHS v NHS procurement challenge to reach the courts.
Andrew also advised the two trusts in Lancashire Care NHS FT & Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS FT v Lancashire County Council.