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Enforcement of Public Procurement Rules: Lessons from a Comparative Perspective

11th April 2011

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Participants:

Mark Clough QC, Brodies LLP
Ciara Kennedy-Loest, Hogan Lovells
Professor Francois Lichère, University of Aix-Marseille III
Professor Steen Treumer, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Michael Bowsher QC, Monckton Chambers
Professor Dr iur Martin Burgi, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Professor Roberto Caranta, Turin University, Italy
Professor Martin Trybus, University of Birmingham
Professor Fabrizio Cassella, Turin University, Italy
Dr Dacian C Dragos, Babes Bolyai University, Romania
Professor Chris Yukins, George Washington University Law School

This event will evaluate the EU Member States' experience with public procurement remedies and the new remedies rules, with leading commentators from Europe and beyond. In comparing and contrasting views across the Member States, hot topics will be examined, including:

  • Scope of the remedies system
  • Interim relief and suspensive effect
  • Ineffectiveness
  • Interaction of remedies
  • Review bodies and locus standi
  • Standstill periods
  • Damages

The full programme is available here.



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