Monckton Chambers Public Procurement Webinar Series – Monday 27 April, Thursday 30 April and Thursday 7 May
We have just launched our series of three webinars designed by the specialist Procurement team at Monckton Chambers. We are particularly delighted that Christopher Vajda, Judge of the Court of Justice of the European Union 2012-2020, has agreed to provide comments on the matters raised at our third webinar of the series which takes place on 7 May.
If you have not received your invitation but would like to tune in and join the online panel of experts as they discuss and debate these current hot topics in Procurement law, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you an invitation.
The three webinars are all being held 4pm – 5pm on the following dates:
27 April, 4pm Webinar 1 – COVID: Issues in Public Procurement and State Aid arising from Covid; the impact of crisis on Development of Procurement Law
Immediate Procurement Law Issues:
– Maintaining Quality and Transparency in a Crisis; the Place for Direct Awards
– What Sort of Market is this? Do our Current Laws Match the Reality of Current Conditions?
Financial Issues Going Forward – Fraud, Subsidy and State Aid
Contract amendment and material change – Regulation 72 and COVID
Long Term Contract amendment and material change – Regulation 72 and COVID
Impact of the Crisis on Procurement Law – How will Events and Conduct in the Crisis affect Tendering in the Future?
30 April, 4pm Webinar 2 – UK Procurement Law: Key Current Issues. Lessons from Recent Cases and Key Developments in Practice
Round Up of recent UK Cases; and Practical Lessons from Cases and Guidance. What are the current Challenges and Opportunities in taking Procurement Claims forward in Court?
7 May, 4pm Webinar 3 – EU Developments – Brexit and Public Procurement & Recent Procurement Cases in Luxembourg
Where are we now and how will Procurement and State Aid Law develop? What Impact will ongoing Trade Negotiations have on Procurement Law? What are the lessons for UK procurement law from recent cases in the Luxembourg courts? How will retained EU law develop in the English Courts?
With comments on the matters raised provided by Christopher Vajda, Judge of the Court of Justice of the European Union 2012-2020.
If you have queries with regards these webinars, please contact Steven Duffett in the clerks team.