Annual Conference on European Public Procurement Law 2018
- Update on latest developments in EU policy;
- Recent jurisprudence at EU and national level;
- Public procurement and EU external trade relations Procurement, competition and corruption
This year’s annual conference will bring practitioners up to date with the latest trends and current issues in EU public procurement law. The focus will be on EU policy developments, recent jurisprudence of the CJEU and national courts, public procurement and EU external trade relations and the interplay between public procurement, competition and corruption.
- The Commission’s 2017 Public Procurement Package
- Professionnalisation of EU public procurement
- Procurement by EU institutions
- Joint cross-border procurement
- Recent jurisprudence of the CJEU and of national courts
- Public procurement and EU external trade relations
- Procurement, competition and corruption
Who should attend?
Ministry officials and other civil servants dealing with public procurement matters, lawyers in private practice and in-house counsel.
- Christopher Bovis, Professor of Business Law, Business School, University of Hull
- Anne Fischer-Braams, Partner, Maasdam Broers Fischer Advocaten, Vice-chairperson of the Dutch Public Procurement Experts Committee, The Hague
- Roberto Caranta, Professor of Administrative Law, University of Turin
- Michel Grévoul, Director for State Purchases, Ministry of Finance, Paris
- Endre Juhász, Judge, Court of Justice of the European Union, Luxembourg
- Jakub Kodym, Head of Procurement Service Logistics, European Parliament, Luxembourg
- Marzena Rogalska, Acting Director, Single Market for Public Administrations Directorate and Head of Public Procurement Strategy Unit, DG GROW, European Commission, Brussels
- Rebecca Schäffer, Partner, Avocado Rechtsanwälte, Cologne/Brussels
- Tünde Tátrai, Associate Professor, Corvinus University of Budapest
- Michael Jürgen Werner, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright, Brussels
CPD: ERA`s programmes meet the standard requirements for recognition as Continuing Professional Development (CPD). This event corresponds to 9 CPD hours.