Forfeiture of rights in public procurement law: an end to the Grossmann defence?

A recent judgment of the Court of Midden-Nederland appears to significantly limit the impact of the Grossmann judgment. Read more >

Healthcare procurement and turnover ceilings: what can healthcare providers do to improve contracts?

The introduction of turnover ceilings regularly gives rise to conflicts between healthcare insurers and healthcare providers. In this blog we address a number of judgments related to inadequate turnover ceilings that have benefited healthcare providers. Read more >

The dynamic concept of a “body governed by public law” in public procurement law

The team of Maverick Advocaten wrote an article on "public law institutions" in procurement law. Read more >

The European Green Deal: what options are already available to contracting authorities?

The European Commission presented a set of proposals to achieve a 55% net reduction in CO2-emissions in the EU. Contracting authorities do not have to wait until these proposals are adopted to contribute to achieving these sustainability goals. Read more >

The dynamic concept of a “body governed by public law” and public procurement law

The concept of a body governed by public law has been in the spotlight for some time now. NS Stations, health insurers, housing corporations, healthcare administration offices: when exactly do private corporations come under public procurement law? Read more >

DMA and the role of national Member States: the long arm of Brussels?

The powers of national Member States in applying and enforcing the DMA are limited. Several EU Member States have criticised the European Commission as the central regulator. Read more >

After public transport, construction and infrastructure, is European hydraulic engineering now also “Made in China"?

Is there a solution to the unfair competition between European and Chinese bidders in European tenders? Read more >

Autumn trends for 2023
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