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Euan Murray

Euan Murray

Legal Director

Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Scotland

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Euan advises a wide range of public and private sector clients on the procurement, construction and operation of infrastructure and energy projects across the UK and advises on the drafting and negotiation of construction contracts and related ancillary documentation including warranties, bonds and guarantees.  Euan also advises on public procurement and utilities procurement law and has extensive experience advising on public private partnerships including the NPD and Hub Models. Euan's experience covers the full range of sectors including development, energy, housing, defence, waste, transport, health and education infrastructure projects and the outsourcing of services. Euan also regularly advises clients on structuring bespoke procurement solutions.

Feedback by Chambers and Partners includes: The "technically excellent" Euan Murray frequently advises on sizeable NPD projects. "His knowledge, productivity and level of detail is impressive," reports a client.

Admitted in Scotland and England and Wales.

Areas of Practice
Articles

Public Procurement in Scotland Post Brexit
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, February 2019

The Scottish Government has published its first two Scottish Procurement Policy Notes (SPPNs) for 2019, both of which relate to public procurement in Scotland in the event that the UK exits the European Union without an agreement (a ‘no-deal’ Brexit), and has published accompanying draft legislation to implement the changes it proposes. The first policy note (SPPN 1/2019) sets out the Scottish Government’s proposed changes to public procurement legislation...

Implementing Electronic Invoicing in Public Procurement
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, January 2019

On 18 January 2019, the Electronic Invoicing (Public Contracts etc.) Amendment (Scotland) Regulations 2019 (the Regulations) were laid before the Scottish Parliament. They come into force on 18 April 2019 for central government authorities and bodies established under the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978, and on 18 April 2020 in relation to all other contracting authorities and contracting entities...

Additional Articles

Articles:
07.12.2012 – PF2 AND NPD - The Future of Private Finance
16.04.2012 – Scotland is leading the way on TIF, but is England's approach superior?
06.02.2012 – Procurement – a challenging subject


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