Seminar: Procurement Remedies regime in the United Kingdom by Dr. Ama Eyo


 
Friday, December 6, 2013 - 15:30 to 18:00

 

About Ama Eyo:

Dr Eyo is a Lecturer in Law and Programme Director for the LLM in Public Procurement Law & Strategy at Bangor University, North Wales. A specialist in public sector procurement, Ama has a background leading sustainable and strategic procurement programmes and procurement process transformation within UK central government. Over the past eight years, Dr Eyo has been conducting research in the areas of international and national regulation of contemporary procurement issues and techniques and is currently working on a Euro 3.7m funded EU collaborative project, between Bangor University and Dublin City University, which examines the tendering experiences of suppliers in Wales and Ireland. The focus of her work package is on examining the unintended consequences arising from the 2007 Remedies Directive for the public procurement regime in Wales.

The seminar:

6th December 2013 -  Seminar on "Public Procurement remedies in operation - judicial experiences from United Kingdom"
Since transposition of Directive 2007/66/EC into national law in EU Member States, the landscape for challenging public procurement decisions by bidders who allege that a public contract has been unfairly awarded in violation of the substantive procurement rules has changed. This change has been most noticeably in jurisdictions such as the United Kingdom, which traditionally did not experience significant challenge to procurement decisions of public officers. This seminar reflects on a number of judicial decisions from the UK courts to discuss developments around procurement remedies by looking at its operation in the UK, including unintended consequences arising from the remedies regime.

Please write Trine Buch for registration: tb.jur@cbs.dk

This seminar is arranged by the Law Department and CBS PUBLIC-PRIVATE PLATFORM.

Date

6. December 2013

Time

15.30

Location

Copenhagen Business School Kilen, Room KS71

 

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