Impact of Brexit on the Construction Industry - Spotlight on Public Procurement
Our global procurement team provides innovative, risk assessed advice to the public and private sectors on procurement law and associated trade issues. Our experience spans UK, EU and WTO GPA public procurement regimes where we advise state and regional governments; other public sector regulated bodies such as universities, airports and harbours; leading private sector contractors; and third sector organisations. We advise on compliance, innovative procurement solutions, risk management and procurement litigation.
We work with clients across sectors and jurisdictions, reflecting the international nature of supply chains and trade regulation.
We are there to help at all stages of a project lifecycle. We help clients with:
Our team advises both bidders and buyers on the full range of procurement disputes across all sectors. Our strength in depth means that we can deploy resources from any of our offices in the world, working at the highest level to achieve the best possible outcome from litigation or negotiated settlements.
Our team is ranked in all major directories for procurement law and has developed a reputation for providing advice on complex issues both pragmatically and from your perspective.
Advising a mining and civil construction contractor and gas company on a number of specific procurement contracts for a Queensland LNG project.
Advised a metal producer on World Trade Organisation (WTO) law issues arising from a proposed ban by Indonesia on the export of iron ore. We also advised on the possibility of producers coordinating a response to such an initiative, within the bound permitted by competition laws in the EU and...
Dealing with all aspects of ceasing to be considered a 'body governed by public law' including replacement procurement policies and advice on assessing income
Advising on the forms of contract tender evaluation, exclusion grounds and consortia issues
Working as part of the in-house teams to deliver significant and high value procurement projects whether delivered via competitive dialogue, innovative 'hybrid' approaches to streamline timescales and reduce complexity, and structuring schemes outside of procurement.
Advising on all aspects of procurement law including template procurement documents, support on major competitive dialogue projects and dealing with procurement disputes
Advising both bidders and buyers on the full range of procurement disputes
Advising UK authority on clawback of ERDF and other funding following random audit by European Commission, due to alleged public procurement breaches
Advising service provider on a challenge to an NHS Trust as result of EU public procurement irregularities through evaluation process, award reversed
First UK damages recovery under the EU Public Procurement Remedies Directive (Mouchel v Westminster City Council)
Advising public sector bodies in Scotland in relation to a number of high value procurement disputes