Public Procurement Solicitors
Losing out on a public procurement tender can hurt. The huge amount of time invested in the process is wasted and the loss of the contract can have important commercial consequences to the unsuccessful bidder.
How can we help?
Public Procurement Regulations
EU Procurement Regulations require that the bidding process is carried out in a way that ensures transparency, mutual recognition, equal treatment and proportionality. If these principles have been breached, or if the bid has been scored incorrectly, our procurement specialists can help challenge the bidding process which may result in a contract being suspended, run again or a claim for damages.
The time limit for bringing these claims is extremely short and it is therefore important that the advice sought is correct first time. We have commercially focused expertise in handling these cases and have wide experience of challenging procurement decisions.
- Contract management
- Complex negotiations
- Consortia Advice
- Strategic advice on bidding
- Advice on terms and conditions
- Construction and infrastructure projects
- Risk sharing and risk management
- Value for money
- Designing outcome-based contracts that work
- Public sector and joint ventures
- Role of information systems in contract management
- Financial crime
- Debt Collection
- Retention of title claims
- Contract terms
- TUPE advice
- Tender transfers
- Service provision change
Contact our Public Procurement solicitors in Bristol or London
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