This section is for news such as award of research grants and major contracts, new courses, new appointments, the launch of new books or journals and publication of major articles in refereed journals.
Posts should not exceed 200 words (1500 characters). Weblinks may be included to give further information.
It will not be possible to include details of other publications (such as case notes or book reviews).
News of forthcoming events such as conferences and seminars will be posted here and will appear on the Events section of the website. News of past events may be posted for major academic conferences only, and only where there is something specific to report and/or a web link to papers. The item should be posted in this case by the conference organiser. The site will not carry reports of individual talks at events.
|Public Procurement Law Review: Issue 6, 2011 recently published|
|Written by Admin -|
|Monday, 12 December 2011 15:01|
Issue 6, 2011 of the Public Procurement Law Review (PPLR) has recently been published.
Table of contents:
- How does the Court of Justice of the European Union pursue competition concerns in a public procurement context?
- Enforcement of procurement law from a South African perspective
- The evaluation of the impact and effectiveness of the EU public procurement legislation
- Questions of admissibility: a note on case Evropaiki Dynamiki - Proigmena Systimata Tilepikoinonion Pliroforikis kai Tilematikis AE v European Central Bank (C-401/09 P)
- Refining the rules on the distinction between selection and award criteria - Evropaiki Dynamiki - Proigmena Systimata Tilepikoinonion Pliroforikis kai Tilematikis AE v European Commission (T-589/08)
- Classification of contract as for works, supplies or services: the case of QDM Capital Ltd v Athlone Institute of Technology
- Costs in public procurement cases: the case of QDM Capital Ltd v Athlone Institute of Technology (No.2)
- Recent reform of Spanish public procurement legislation in compliance with EU law: the issue of modifications to concluded contracts
- The remedy of ineffectiveness in the English courts: ALSTOM Transport v Eurostar International Ltd
- Time limit for bringing proceedings - Mermec UK Ltd v Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd
- Tender specifications and lifting an automatic suspension: Elekta Ltd v Common Services Agency
- Automatic suspension including the issue of multiple applications relating to the same award procedure: the case of First4skills Ltd v Department for Employment and Learning
- Challenge and lifting of automatic suspension: the case of Rutledge Recruitment and Training Ltd v Department for Employment and Learning
- The impact of the Government's tuition fees proposals on the classification of universities under the Public Contracts Regulations 2006
- Decision 102/2011 Mr Tom Gordon of the Herald and City Building (Glasgow) LLP
|Last Updated on Monday, 12 December 2011 15:14|