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Public Procurement: Shaping the Rules into Solution-Focused Answers for Clients

London, 15th November 2019

Fosen and NAV - Carl Baudenbacher

Fosen and NAV “room for manoeuvre” - Prof. Dr. jur. Dr. rer. pol. h.c. Carl Baudenbacher, Monckton Chambers, London, Former President of the EFTA Court

Transparency - Fionnuala McCredie QC, Keating Chambers

Transparency - Fionnuala McCredie QC, Keating Chambers Is there a shift towards full disclosure from the outset, following the Serco v SS for Defence? How do you advise clients about possible breaches of confidence or prejudicing retenders?

Faraday judgment - Nigel Giffin QC, 11KBW

Faraday judgment - Nigel Giffin QC, 11KBW How has the Faraday judgment moved the law and market practice concerning (1) VEAT notices and (2) the drafting of development agreements? Where are clients open to challenge?

Abandoning procurements - Sarah Hannaford QC, Keating Chambers

Abandoning procurements -Sarah Hannaford QC, Keating Chambers Weighing up the different legal and practical options, how can clients control - and overcome - the risks of abandoning a procurement following the Amey judgment?

Reg. 33 - Valentina Sloane QC, Monckton Chambers

Reg. 33 - Valentina Sloane QC, Monckton Chambers What are the practical ramifications for client advice of the ECJ's decision in Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato, in terms of Reg. 33, setting up a framework and consent?

Conflict of interest - Jonathan Davey, Addleshaw Goddard

Conflict of interest - Jonathan Davey, Addleshaw Goddard What are the unresolved arguments - legal and practical - over conflict of interest in the tender process following the spate of recent cases? Where are clients at risk?

Abnormally low tenders - Fergus Randolph QC, Brick Court Chambers

Abnormally low tenders - Fergus Randolph QC, Brick Court Chambers How have the STRABAG and Clestra Hauserman cases (June 2019) changed existing thinking on clients' obligations to investigate abnormally low tenders? What is the correct approach?

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