For those involved in procurement, a recent High Court decision has considered the different legal avenues available to those who wish to challenge procurement decisions. Normally aggrieved tenderers will bring claims under the relevant regulations, such as the Public Contracts Regulations 2006. The recent judgment confirms that other interested parties, such as trade unions, may be able to ask courts to judicially review procurement decisions. One of our procurement disputes specialists, Helen Prandy, has shared her thoughts on the case in a blog on our procurement portal here.
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High Court considers alternative method of challenging procurement decisions
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