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Jul
10
2015

Challenge to procurement process brought more than a year after the event
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The recent case of Medicure v Minister for the Cabinet Office was unusual in two key respects. First, it involved a challenge to a procurement process which was brought some seventeen months after the framework agreement had been concluded. Further, the claimant company bringing the challenge had in fact been successful in obtaining a place on the framework....

May
26
2015

Public procurement: a reminder of the importance of record-keeping
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A recent High Court decision has emphasised the importance to contracting authorities of creating a clear document trail when evaluating tenders in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015....

Feb
10
2015

Costs awarded to the successful tenderer who supported a public body’s application to lift the automatic suspension on the award of the contract
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In the recent case of Group M UK Ltd v Cabinet Office [2014] EWHC 3863 (TCC), the High Court awarded a successful tenderer its costs of participating in the Cabinet Office’s successful application to lift the automatic suspension on the award of the contract....

Nov
26
2013

Public procurement: lifting the automatic suspension
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Prior to the introduction of the Remedies Directive, an unsuccessful contractor who decided to bring proceedings against a contracting authority could not prevent the authority from entering into the contract with the winning bidder unless he also applied for an injunction. If he did not obtain an injunction, his only remedy was damages...

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