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by Duncan Fairgrieve,François Lichère


Public Procurement Law: Damages as an Effective Remedy epub

ISBN: 1849462178

ISBN13: 978-1849462174

Author: Duncan Fairgrieve,François Lichère

Category: Law

Subcategory: Administrative Law

Language: English

Publisher: Hart Publishing (November 1, 2011)

Pages: 248 pages

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Duncan Fairgrieve is Senior Fellow in Comparative Law and Director of the Tort Law Centre at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London, and practises as a barrister at 1 Crown Office Row. Francois Lichere is Professor of Law at the University of Aix-Marseille, Aix-en-Provence, France and Counsel to law firms.

Introduction Duncan Fairgrieve and Francois Lichere I. National Perspectives 1 Damages for Breach of Public Procurement Law: A French Perspective Nicolas Gabayet 2 Damages and EC Procurement Law: German Perspectives Martin Burgi 3 Damages under Public. National Perspectives 1 Damages for Breach of Public Procurement Law: A French Perspective Nicolas Gabayet 2 Damages and EC Procurement Law: German Perspectives Martin Burgi 3 Damages under Public Procurement: The Portuguese Case Vera Eiro and Esperanca Mealha 4 Damages Remedy in England & Wales and Northern Ireland Fiona Banks and Michael Bowsher QC 5 Damages for. Breach of Procurement Law: The Dutch Situation Jan M Hebly and Folkert . ONTINUE READING.

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Public Procurement Law: Damages as an Effective Remedy (Hardback). This book offers an overview of damages liability which is inclusive, coherent and practical, covering the relevant law and jurisprudence from a number of countries across Europe and further afield. Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC ISBN: 9781849462174 Number of pages: 248 Weight: 542 g Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 15 mm.

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La Responsabilité administrative en droit anglais. Public procurement law : damages as an effective remedy. Thus, to the extent that more effective product liability laws attenuate competition, we expect greater performance persistence, especially considering that considerable variation still exists in these laws and their enforcement (Fairgrieve & Howells, 2007). Looking specifically at MNEs vs domestic firms, we anticipate the two competing forces highlighted above to differ.

Duncan Fairgrieve, Francois Lichere. Public procurement represents more than 15 per cent of European GDP and is one of the fastest growing sectors of the European economy.

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François currently teaches public contracts law, economy & public law and administrative law at Bachelor and .

François currently teaches public contracts law, economy & public law and administrative law at Bachelor and Master's degree levels in various universities in France and in Europe. Il est notamment, avec Steen Treumer, corédacteur de l’ouvrage intitulé Enforcement of EU public procurement rules (Djof publishing, 2011), et, avec Duncan Fairgrieve, corédacteur de Public Procurement Law : Damages as an effective remedy (Hart Publishing, 2011).

François is a Public Law professor and lecturer at the University of Aix-Marseilles and Of Counsel at. .

François is a Public Law professor and lecturer at the University of Aix-Marseilles and Of Counsel at Eversheds’ Paris office. He advises clients in the public and private sectors on all public law contracts and public business law aspects. He is co-author of a book entitled Enforcement of EU public procurement rules (Djof publishing, 2011) in collaboration with Steen Treumer, and co-author of Public Procurement Law : Damages as an effective remedy (Hart Publishing, 2011) in collaboration with Duncan Fairgrieve.

Public procurement represents more than 15 per cent of European GDP and is one of the fastest growing sectors of the European economy. Public procurement law is also developing rapidly, not least in the area of remedies for breach of procurement rules. The aim of this book is to analyse the remedy of damages in public procurement law. The European Directive of 11 December 2007 amending Council Directives 89/665/EEC and 92/13/EEC has reaffirmed the importance of damages as a tool to enforce the proper award of public contracts, but has left the exact architecture of the damages remedy in the hands of the Member States. This book offers an overview of damages liability which is inclusive, coherent and practical, covering the relevant law and jurisprudence from a number of countries across Europe and further afield.The contributors are high-profile and authoritative commentators on public procurement law, including policy-makers, judges, academics and practitioners.