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CJEU Holds Against the Direct Awarding of Concession Contracts That Have a Potential Cross-Border Interest journal article

Charles Clarke

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 9 (2014), Issue 4, Page 258 - 263

Annotation on the Judgment of the Court of Justice (4th Chamber) of 14 November 2013 in Case C-388/12 Comune di Ancona.

In Comune di Ancona,1 the CJEU upheld that contracting authorities cannot directly award concession contracts that have a potential cross-border interest. Such contracts must be awarded in accordance with the general principles of the Treaty ie awarded under a fair, non-discriminatory and transparent manner. The Court has also expresse


The Evropaïki Dynamiki Tale Continues journal article

Charles Clarke

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 8 (2013), Issue 4, Page 338 - 343

Judgment of the General Court (4th Chamber) of 24 April 2013 in Case T-32/08 – Evropaïki Dynamiki; Judgment of the General Court (6th Chamber) of 21 February 2013 in Case T-9/10 – Evropaïki Dynamiki; and Judgment of the Court (7th Chamber) of 4 October 2012 in Case C-629/11 P – Evropaïki Dynamiki The CJEU Confirms its Decision in Case C-235/11 P, While the GC Dismisses Extending the Scope of the EU Courts’ Judicial Review in Procurement Decisions, rejecting


Conferring of Jurisdiction and Implied Contractual Obligations: CJEU Interprets (Article 16 of) Commission Regulation (EC) No 111/1999 journal article

Charles Clarke

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 8 (2013), Issue 3, Page 261 - 265

Judgement of the Court (First Chamber) of 17 January 2013 in Case C-623/11 – Société Geodis Calberson GE

Within its Judgment (preliminary ruling) given on 17 January 2013 in Case C-623/11, Société Geodis Calberson GE v. Établissement national des produits de l’agriculture et de la mer (FranceAgriMer), the Court of Justice (CJEU) ruled that Article 16 of Commission Regulation No 111/1999 laying down general rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No 2


The Meaning and Requirements of the Term ‘Contracting Authority’ Under EU Public Procurement Law: A Critique of Developments from the ECJ Jurisprudence journal article

Charles Clarke

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 7 (2012), Issue 1, Page 57 - 64

I. Introduction Public procurement law regulates the purchasing by public sector bodies and certain utility sector bodies of contracts for goods, works or services;1 regulation of such activities, are coordinated by EU directive 2004/18/EC.2 The term ‘contracting authority’ is a decisive element of the public procurement legal framework, as it determines the applicability of the relevant rules,3 encompassing the State, regional or local authorities, b


The ECJ Sets Precedent on What Should Be Considered Sufficient Examination of Rejected Bidders journal article

Charles Clarke

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 7 (2012), Issue 4, Page 284 - 288

In its Judgment of 29 November 2011 in Case C-235/11 P Evropaïki Dynamiki v Commission (CITL/CR), the Court of Justice (ECJ) laid precedent on what should be considered sufficient examination of rejected bidders within established public procurement procedures. The Evropaïki Dynamiki (CITL/CR) Judgment was delivered on the basis of Article 100(2) of Council Regulation1 (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 and on the understanding of Article 149(2) and (3) of the Implementing ru

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