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In-depth tendering law course for lawyers and in-house counsel (in Dutch)

CMS Derks Star BusmannNewtonlaan 2033584 BH Utrecht

Past event
29 September 2011, 14:30 - 18:00 UTC +00:00

Tendering law is becoming increasingly important, and the regulations in this field are undergoing comprehensive changes. Moreover, parties dealing with tendering law issues are finding themselves confronted with a flood of national and European case law that is helping shape tendering law.

We are offering a legal introduction to tendering law for professionals who deal with tendering law issues in their practice. The seminar will provide a theoretical framework, as well as some tips for practically applying that framework.

Using the literature, case law and homework assignment sent beforehand, we provide in-depth training on the most important aspects of tendering law.

Target group
Lawyers and in-house counsel for parties registering tenders and counsel providing tendering services.
(maximum of 25 participants)

Thursday, 14 April 2011
Thursday, 23 June 2011
Thursday, 29 September 2011

2.30 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Dutch Bar Association [NOvA] Training Points
The Dutch Bar Association will award nine training points to those attending the In-Depth Tendering Law Course for Lawyers and In-House Counsel.

Download the brochure
For more information about the course, your instructors and the programme, you may download the brochure (in Dutch).

Brochure Verdiepingscursus Aanbestedingsrecht voor (bedrijfs)juristen

The fee for this three-day course is EUR 950 per person, exclusive of VAT.
You may also register for separate course days. The fee for each course day is EUR 315.
We will invoice you after we receive your registration.

You can register for the In-Depth Tendering Law Course for Lawyers and In-House Counsel by clicking on the button below.

More information
Jolie Hofman
T +31 (0)30 2121 133
E jolie.hofman@cms-dsb.com


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