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Master Class | 20.06.2019 - 21.06.2019 | Amsterdam | Language: English

Public Procurement and Public Private Partnership Law

The Master Class is a high-level event for officials and professionals who have a good knowledge of Public Procurement or are working on projects that may involve Public Procurement.

The purpose of the Master Class is to review important developments in Public Procurement case law and the decisional practice of the European Commission, assess their implications for Member States and public authorities, provide improvement for your procurement measures in order to achieve best value for money and identify best practices.

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1. Review and Assessment
On the first day, you receive an expert review of the latest Court rulings and Commission decisions. Seminal judgments and decisions are analysed in depth. The analysis identifies how principles are applied in specific situations, delineates possible exceptions and draws the implications for Public Procurement policies.

2. Problem Solving
The second day is devoted to cases and questions submitted by participants. Public Procurement measures, problems and other issues from the daily practice of participants are discussed and difficulties resolved. Participants receive advice on how to improve their Public Procurement measures and ensure their compatibility with the internal market.

3. Best Practices
On both days, the innovative format of this advanced small-scale master class enables you to consider wider issues of relevance to officials and practitioners involved in Public Procurement. You can exchange information and experience with professionals from other Member States

Cases and Confidentiality: The participants will be required to submit a brief summary of the problem or case they want to present for discussion and advice in advance. Information concerning such problems and cases shall be treated confidentially.

Who should attend?

This event is intended for officials and professionals who have good knowledge of Public Procurement or are working on projects that may involve Public Procurement in:
– Public authorities on EU, national and regional level
– Consulting companies and legal practitioners
– Academic institutions

The acquaintance with the principles of Public Procurement law and its several Directives is essential for the participation in the experts’ discussion on the recent developments in Public Procurement and their implications for the practice.

 

Training Material & Certificate of Participation

The participants will receive extensive case notes for personal use as well as a certificate of participation.

Day 1: Thursday, 20. June | Programme Day 1

9:00

Welcome Note and Introduction Round

9:15

Detailed Analysis of Recent Judgements in the Area of Public Procurement
(incl. 30 min Coffee Break)

• Developments in public contracts
• Selection and Qualification
• Concessions Developments
• Remedies Developments
• The Momentum of Themes on Concessions
• Fundamental Requirements
• Partnerships and Co-operation

Christopher Bovis Professor of Business Law, Faculty of Business, Law and Politics; Hull University Business School, Kingstopn upon Hall, England
(invited)
12:00

Lunch

13:00

Detailed Analysis of Recent Developments in the EU Public Procurement Framework
(incl. 30 min Coffee Break)

The Masterclass will analyse measures such as:
• Public Sector Directive 2014/24/EU
• Utilities Procurement Directive 2014/25/EU
• The EU Concessions Directive 2014/23/EU
• Defence Sector Directive 2009/81/EU

Alexandra Terzaki Terzaki Unternehmensberatung, Vienna
(Invited)
15:00

Detailed Analysis of the Framework and Case Law on Remedies for the Award of Public Contracts and Concessions
(incl. 30 min Coffee Break)

• The Remedies Directives
• Practical Applications of remedies in public procurement

Christopher Bovis Professor of Business Law, Faculty of Business, Law and Politics; Hull University Business School, Kingstopn upon Hall, England
(Invited)
17:00

End of the Day 1

Day 2: Friday, 21. June | Programme Day 2

The whole day is devoted to the discussion and in-depth analysis of cases submitted by participants. The lessons drawn from the review of the first day and the insights from established case law will be used to analyse the problematic aspects of submitted cases and identify possible legal solutions which ensure compliance and compatibility with the EU Public Procurement acquis.

9:00

Problem-solving:
How to improve compliance of your cases with Public Procurement rules and ensure best practice with the applicability of the EU Public, Utilities and Concessions Directives.

(incl. Coffee Breaks)

12:00

Lunch

13:00

Problem-solving Session

15:00

Summary & Closing Discussion

16:00

End of the Day 2

Cases and Confidentiality

Participants will be required to submit in advance a brief summary of the problem or case they want to present for discussion and advice. For this reason, all information concerning such problems and cases shall be treated confidentially.

Speakers

Christopher Bovis
Professor of Business Law, Faculty of Business, Law and Politics; Hull University Business School, Kingstopn upon Hall, England

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Alexandra Terzaki
Terzaki Unternehmensberatung, Vienna

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Venue

Exclusive Venue in the Centre of Amsterdam

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Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Master Class | 20.06.2019 - 21.06.2019 | Amsterdam | Language English
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Ticket Type Price Spaces
Master Class "Public Procurement and Public Private Partnership Law"
Regular fee / Reguläre Teilnahmegebühr
€2.010,00
Master Class "Public Procurement and Public Private Partnership Law"
Reduced fee for public authorities / Reduzierte Teilnahmegebühr für Angehörige einer Hochschule/Behörde
€1.810,00

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