On 28 September, the Public Procurement Law Association published a report entitled "The Functioning of legal remedies in the EU states. Key findings". The report was written by Piotr Bogdanowicz, Wojciech Hartung and Anna Szymańska.
The report was developed based on questionnaires completed by representatives of law firms from 27 European Union member states. Questions pertained to, among others, the way the review procedures are organized in a given member state, the organizational and legal solutions adopted therein and, finally, how the review procedures to the award of public contract function in practice. One of the law firms which developed answers to the Association's questionnaire is BSJP Brockhuis Jurczak Prusak, with firm's partner Jarosław Sroka
being one of the Association's founding members and currently the Vice-President of the Association's Audit Committee.
The report was presented for the first time during a debate on the functioning of public procurement review procedures in Poland and other EU member states. The event gathered representatives of public institutions and government administration bodies, public procurement experts and practitioners, as well as a representative of the European Commission. The document is now presented at numerous offices and public units, to include the Public Procurement Office or the National Chamber of Appeal.
Read the report here:
For more information on the report and the activity of the Public Procurement Law Association please contact Jarosław Sroka (email@example.com
), partner of BSJP Brockhuis Jurczak Prusak and head of the public procurement law team.
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