The interface between public procurement and competition law (OnDemand)

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There are many factors relating to competition law that need to be considered when advising on public procurement.

Whether you work in-house or for a law firm, this webinar will help you understand how to avoid competition law breaches and foresee the difficulties that can arise with public procurement.

This webinar covers:

  • bid rigging - a public procurement law perspective
  • joint bidding - a ‘by object’ restriction?
  • information sharing in the context of a public procurement
  • state aid and public procurement
  • the definition of an ‘understanding’ in the context of public purchasing

By attending this webinar, you will gain a better understanding of:

  • how competition law issues can arise in the context of public purchasing
  • how to mitigate competition law risks in the context of a public procurement



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