29 March 2011, 14:00 -
Each year, a flood of European and national case law is released dealing with issues of tendering law. It is absolutely essential that everyone who deals with tendering law issues keeps up to date on new developments, because tendering law is largely shaped by the case law dealing with it.
Would you like to stay abreast of the latest developments?
The Tendering Case Law seminar will offer you just such an opportunity. During the afternoon of Tuesday, 29 March 2011, we will furnish you with an overview of the most significant and relevant tendering case law decisions of the past year.
The topics to be discussed will include the following:
- Tendering law in the context of planning and development
- Inside information/conflicts of interestSuitability requirements/selection criteria
- Substantive change of the engagement· Validity (and invalidity), quashing of tender
- Grounds for awarding a contract
- Voluntary tendering
- Exceptions to the tendering obligation
- Legal protection
Lawyers and in-house counsel whose practice involves tendering law issues, as well as others interested in tendering law.
Petra Heemskerk, lawyer at CMS Derks Star Busmann, who specialises in the field of tendering law.
Training points for lawyers and in-house counsel
You will earn 3 training points by attending this seminar.
The seminar may be attended free of charge.
You can register to attend the Tendering Case Law seminar (or cancel your registration) by clicking on the button below. If you are cancelling your registration, you will also be offered the opportunity to receive a copy of the information presented.
Marloes van Deventer
Business Development & Communications
T +31 (0) 30 2121 579
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