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Ian Tucker, Partner , Burges Salmon

Ian Tucker

Partner at Burges Salmon

Bristol, United Kingdom

About Me

Ian is a dispute resolution lawyer and is a member of the transport and procurement groups. He also advises on international trade matters in particular in the transport sector.

He is a specialist in rail regulatory issues having advised on legislative and compliance aspects of UK access and passenger rights, European law including the rail packages and their implementation in the UK. He has also advised bus companies and airports on compliance and disputes.

Ian has experience of dispute resolution within the rail industry both at industry panel and regulator (ORR) appeals and in the high court and arbitration. He contributed to the drafting of the industry-wide Access Disputes Resolution Rules.

In procurement Ian advises both authorities and bidders on compliance and risk mitigation issues as well as, often urgent, challenges brought on technical matters in short timescales. He acted on the successful defence by Eurostar of a three year challenge to its procurement of its €700 million new generation very high speed train fleet, the West Coast Rail franchise as well as a series of challenges in the award of frameworks, outsourcing contracts and engineering projects.

Ian also has a background in general commercial litigation, and judicial review.

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The Future of GB Rail Delivery

DfT has made a number of important announcements about the future of rail delivery in Great Britain in the short and medium term....

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