Standing in public procurement judicial review cases - breakfast briefing

22 September 2011

We are proud to present a panel discussion with our public procurement and litigation experts on new developments in the conditions for legal standing in public procurement judicial review cases and what this means for your organization. An enlightening seminar, for contracting authorities/entities and for suppliers!

Wednesday, 28 September, from 8:15 to 10:00 a.m., Hannes Snellman, Kungsträdgårdsgatan 20, Stockholm

In a ruling by the Supreme Administrative Court earlier this summer (Case No. 471-11), it was held that a supplier has the right to appeal a ruling in a judicial review which will result in the supplier's tender being rejected. Moreover, the supplier in question has the right to be heard even prior to such ruling.

Joakim Lavér, Magnus Eriksson and Olof Larsberger explain the rules governing a supplier’s rights to legal recourse in public procurement judicial review cases in the light of this most interesting ruling, which departs from previous case law in this field. The ruling also raises several difficult issues and will probably give rise to significant challenges for providers, contracting authorities / entities and not least the courts.

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