Magnox Ltd

  • Involved in the strategic role of a parent company (Energy Solutions, now part of the Atkins Group) over a licensed subsidiary, including oversight over safety case issues, security and enforcement issues;
  • Reviewing and advising on Magnox Framework Agreements and representing company in negotiations with the NDA over amendments and consolidation of the PBA and M&O Contract relating to the Magnox sites;
  • Advising and drafting on commercial agreements including Memorandums of Understanding, Collaboration Agreements, Joint Venture Agreements, Consortium and Teaming Agreements for EnergySolutions;
  • Playing an active role (including commercial dialogue) in Magnox/RSRL PBOCompetition under the Public Contracts Regulations 2006;
  • Advising the Board on legal and compliance issues, risk management and
    corporate governance;
  • Implementing new anti-bribery policy, guidance and procedures in compliance with UK Bribery Act 2010 together with advising on data protection policy issues and information requests;
  • Advising on trademark and intellectual property issues as well as Employment and Consultancy Agreements
  • Managing Company`s property and insurance arrangements, together with legal budget and external lawyers
  • Advising on policy issues including implementation of changes to UK legislation following changes to the Paris and Brussels Conventions on nuclear third-party liability and UK radioactive waste policy.
  • Providing stand-alone advice to clients on regulatory compliance, including radioactive substances, waste and waste packaging, waste shipment regulations, carriage of dangerous goods and the Environmental Permitting Regulations;
  • Advising on licensing and delicensing issues including compliance with
    license conditions, nuclear liability insurance, transport, safeguards, security, interpretation of the “no danger” principle etc.

Simon Stuttaford was General Counsel and Company Secretary for
Energy Solutions, PBO, and Company Secretary for Magnox Ltd, for the Magnox
Power stations from 2011-2015.