Public Procurement Law Review: new issue out with articles on a new approach to implementing the 2014 public procurement Directives in Italy and the termination of a public contract

Public Procurement Law Review (2017), Issue 4


Table of Contents


A new approach to implementing the 2014 public procurement Directives in Italy: ANAC’s soft law regulatory powers amidst uncertainty and need for clarity (Annamaria La Chimia, Sara Valaguzza)

Termination of a public contract – lifting the veil on art.73 of 2014/24 Directive (Kirsi-Maria Halonen)

Review rights of excluded tenderers under the Remedies Directive: case C-355/15, Bietergemeinschaft Technische Gebaudebetreuung GesmbH und Caverion Osterreich GmbH v Universitat fur Bodenkultur Wien (David McGowan)

Confirmation of the list of internet technical specifications eligible for use in public procurement (Rhodri Williams QC)

Lifting automatic suspension: an Irish perspective (Andrew Beck B.L.)

Application for expedited trial refused where claimant’s position did not justify court disruption and timing made trial preparation unfeasible: Joseph Gleave & Son Ltd v Secretary of State for Defence (Rory Ashmore)

The position of non-bidder claimants under judicial review principles: David Wylde and others v Waverley Borough Council (Rory Ashmore)

Bombardier Transportation Limited v Merseytravel (Kate Gough)

(Mora) flexibility to challenge processes outwith the procurement regulations? A note on Kenman Holdings Limited v Western Isles Council (Robin Fallas)

Updated transparency principles for the UK Government and its suppliers: Procurement Policy Note 01/17 (Laura Wisdom)