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|Public Procurement Law Review: Issue 3, 2012 recently published|
|Written by Sue Arrowsmith|
|Friday, 25 May 2012 16:50|
PPRL 2012, Issue 3
Table of contents:
- Modernising the European Union's public procurement regime: a blueprint for real simplicity and flexibility
- The conclusion of the renegotiation of the World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement: what it means for the Agreement and for the world economy
- Forums to adjudicate claims related to the procurement activities of international organisations in the European Union
- Commission proposals to modernise public procurement
- Mixed offerings for sustainability in proposed European Union procurement directives
- Values of thresholds under the Directives on public procurement applicable from 1 January 2012
- The 2011 UNCITRAL Model Law on Public Procurement
- Alstom Transport v Eurostar
- Application of EU Directives and implied tender contracts: Photo-Me International PLC v Network Rail Infrastructure Limited
- Definition of services concession and scope of the implied contract governing the tendering process: JBW Group Limited v Ministry of Justice
- Application of the TFEU and the implied contract governing the tendering process: a note on Sidey Limited v Clackmannanshire Council
- Judicial review and public procurement: R. (on the application of Greenwich Community Law Centre) v Greenwich London Borough Council
- Northern Ireland: rules on award criteria and the remedy of set aside: the case of Resource (NI) Limited v Northern Ireland Courts and Tribunal Service