Case Law

21 Nov 2019 - Civic Centre, Exeter

The EU case law workshop considers key issues in EU procurement by reference to settled case law. Case law is the means of interpreting the legislation where it is not entirely clear how the rules should be interpreted.

Why attend

The course has a workshop format which allows for each key area of case law to be applied in a case study exercise to further reinforce learning. The areas covered include those which are frequently the subject of legal challenge, where the risks need to be managed diligently, such as the risk areas of selection and award criteria, correction of errors and rejection of submissions including changes to contracts.

Who should attend

This course is intended for experienced procurement practitioners and legal advisors who need to understand the key risk areas in order to ensure that a procurement procedure is conducted with minimal exposure to challenge. Understanding the implications and consequences of a challenge is also just as important.

Agenda

  • Pre-procurement engagement
  • Single tender actions
  • Selection criteria
  • Award criteria
  • Correction of errors
  • Rejection of tenders
  • Changes to contracts
  • Challenges and remedies

Cost

£100 + VAT per delegate

All prices shown are per delegate excluding VAT at the current rate.

For information on the above course or to book, contact themis@achilles.com or Tel: +44 (0)1224 337536