Contracting authorities are required to comply with procurement rules, and planning and structuring a tender requires in-depth knowledge of the rules. As a private company or tenderer, you also need to have a good knowledge of the rules so you can avoid potential pitfalls.
Lack of knowledge of the rules does not exempt the contracting authority or tenderer from liability, and there is a risk that it can become a costly affair, for example in the form of compensation.
The tendering process is extremely complicated and the rules are becoming more extensive and detailed all the time. Our team has many years of experience and can advise on all aspects of planning and executing a tender, as well as the bidder’s participation in tenders.
Among other things, we can help with:
In addition, we advise on different types of collaboration between private companies and public authorities, such as public-private partnerships (PPP), public-private partnerships (PPP), and public-private innovation partnerships (PPI).
We are a forward-thinking full-service law firm that advises a wide range of clients –
everything from private customers to local and national companies in the SME segment as well as international companies.