SWALA Procurement event: “The Procurement Bill – a discussion”
SWALA and Burges Salmon invite you to attend a seminar on some of the hot topics generated by the Procurement Bill, which is currently in its final stages in Parliament. Each speaker will briefly highlight a particular area for debate and a panel discussion will follow on the implications of the proposed legislation. The event will be of interest to all administrative lawyers in the South West, whether in private practice or in the public sector, who are interested in procurement issues.
- Ian Tucker – Chair
- Catherine Wolfenden – Osborne Clarke: “Contract performance and variations”
- Jorren Knibbe – No5 Chambers: “The ‘setting aside’ remedy”
- Lloyd Nail – Burges Salmon: “Challenging procurement decisions and awards”
- Laura Brealey – Bevan Brittan: “Exclusion and Debarment”
Date: Thursday 11 May 2023
17:00 – Registration
17:20 – Welcome
17:30 – Speakers
18:10 – Discussion
18:30 – Drinks, nibbles and networking
Venue: Burges Salmon, One Glass Wharf, Bristol BS2 0ZX [map]
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