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E-Invoicing in Public Procurement: Ireland Fails to Transpose New Rules

European Union, Ireland - June 11 2019 On 21 May 2019 the European Commission sent a letter of formal notice to Ireland (and 11 other Member States) due to its alleged failure to transpose...

Kevin Kelly, Barbara Linehan.

Court of Appeal Improves Protection for “Commercially Sensitive” Data, Confirming that Companies Will Not Pay a Greater Price for Doing Business with the State

Ireland - April 1 2019 The Court of Appeal has confirmed that “commercially sensitive” information such as trade secrets or sensitive market data protected by Sections 35...

Brendan Slattery.

Public Contracts Judgments - Lifting of Suspensions

European Union, Ireland - March 20 2018 Two recent judgments from the High Court and the Court of Appeal have significant implications for how contracting authorities and bidders will think...

Jenny Mellerick, Sean Carr.

Public Procurement: Recent Decisions on Record-Keeping

Ireland - February 10 2017 The 2016 public procurement regulations have brought into sharp focus the obligations on public bodies to keep careful records about their procurement...

Jenny Mellerick.

New Procurement Directives - Transposition Deadline Passes

Ireland - April 18 2016 18 April 2016 is the date by which three new public procurement Directives are due to be transposed in Ireland: an updated Utilities Directive, an...

Jenny Mellerick.