Contact details

Jordan Oldham

T: +44 20 7809 2551 Email Jordan | Vcard Office: London

Awards

Transport law firm of the year 2018

Transport law firm of the year 2018

Rail finance law firm of the year 2017

Rail finance law firm of the year 2017

Band 1 for Rail Franchising

Band 1 for Rail Franchising

Jordan Oldham Associate

Contact details

Jordan Oldham

Jordan Oldham
Associate

T: +44 20 7809 2551 Email Jordan | Vcard Office: London

Jordan is an associate in the rail department of the international asset finance group.
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Jordan’s experience includes advising public and private sector clients on franchise / concession agreements, procurement documentation, manufacture, supply and maintenance contracts and regulatory regimes.

Jordan's experience working in-house for one of the United Kingdom's leading rail operators has provided him with invaluable practical experience in the day to day operations of rail industry participants (both public and private sector) as well as an insight into the drivers and concerns facing rail operators today.

Prior to joining Stephenson Harwood, Jordan worked at leading New Zealand law firms Russell McVeagh and Anderson Lloyd where he advised clients on a broad range of corporate, infrastructure and construction projects.

  • Projects and infrastructure

Rail contracts

Advising on all aspects of the rail industry including bids for franchise agreements and the on-going operation of franchise agreements.

New rolling stock

Advising on bids to manufacture new rolling stock, together with related manufacturing and maintenance contracts.

Rail regulation

Advising on the operation of the rail industry and its regulation.

Operational advice

Working with operators and manufacturers in the operational phase of their contracts, including on contract interpretation, disputes and supply chain arrangements.

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  • Rail

Rolling stock

Advising rolling stock manufacturers, operators and financiers in relation to bidding for and entering into manufacture and maintenance arrangements for new rolling stock as well as in relation to on-going leasing and maintenance arrangements.

Franchising and concessions

Advising on bids for and mobilisation and demobilisation of rail franchises and concessions. Advising operating companies on all aspects of their on-going franchise and concession operations (including large-scale procurement projects, disputes, supply chain arrangements and the implementation of committed obligations).

Operational advice

Working with operators and manufacturers in the operational phase of their contracts, including on contract interpretation, disputes, procurement, and the implementation of committed obligations.

Procurement Advising on group and operating company level procurement projects (including telecommunications, retail hubs and ticket vending machines).

Regulation

Advising on the operation of the rail industry and its regulation (including advising Transport for London on the proposed regulatory arrangements and access agreements for Crossrail).

More: Rail

Awards

Transport law firm of the year 2018

Transport law firm of the year 2018

Rail finance law firm of the year 2017

Rail finance law firm of the year 2017

Band 1 for Rail Franchising

Band 1 for Rail Franchising

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01 Nov 2017

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DfT Rolling Stock Perspective Policy paper

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