Kennedy Cater is pleased to announce that effective from April 22, Michelle Eisenberg joins us as Managing Director of Kennedy Cater, Private sector and General Counsel.
Michelle worked at Blue Yonder (a global supply chain multinational company) for seven years as Vice President of Legal and EMEA GC and held responsibilities for global privacy and ESG program. Michelle was instrumental in Blue Yonder’s growth and SaaS transformation. Prior to Blue Yonder, Michelle worked in senior legal leadership positions at Qlik and SAP.
Michelle joins to help KC scale up its private sector division while supporting our clients and staff.
“we are delighted to welcome Michelle to KC. Michelle brings to us her wealth of experience in fast growing organisations as a GC, operational know-how and deep knowledge on how legal services can best support businesses. Michelle joins Kennedy Cater at an exciting time as we continue our journey to transform the legal procurement space and deliver to our clients’ innovative legal solutions”
Peter Morel, Founder and Director of Kennedy Cater
“I am incredibly grateful to have the opportunity to join such a special company, who always puts its clients’ first. I am passionate about the potential of legal services, when delivered correctly, to enable and fuel the business in reaching its goals. Accessing legal services should be a pleasure, safe in the knowledge that value, efficiency, and quality are never compromised on. I am excited to join KC whose mission is to do exactly that and am looking forward to working closely with our incredible clients and talented staff”
Legal departments, regardless of size and type of the organisation, are a busy place. They are the hub of the company. Not one day is the same and the only certain is the unpredictable nature of the day.
Step in the meerkat of the legal profession: a fast-growing business called Kennedy Cater that promises to save you money and get you better legal advice by connecting you to the best lawyer for your particular issue, often a barrister who accepts direct access clients.
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The Housing Associations’ Legal Alliance (HALA) – a consortium of registered providers set up to drive down solicitors’ fees and share best practice – has added three new members.
For the full story in the The Local Government Lawyer please click here.
LBLA names successful barristers chambers for £63m legal services framework
The London Boroughs' Legal Alliance has appointed 31 sets of chambers to a legal services framework worth an estimated £63m.
Senior consultant James McLeod said: "We are thrilled to have been involved in such a challenging project, accommodating the needs of ten authorities and delivering the project within seven months. We are very happy with the high calibre of the chambers on the panel and the cost savings achieved for the LBLA members."
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