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Law & Taxes

Public Procurement laws are being continuously revised both in structure and content. It is essential to have a comprehensive understanding of the latest directives on this subject in order to make legally sound and effective tenders and to avoid review proceedings.

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National regulations have to be followed just as well as those of the EU in areas such as ways of procedure, specification of services, threshold values, eligibility and acceptance criteria and proper assessment of tenders. Learn more about European and national law and how to apply them successfully in your work.

Extend your expertise by participating in the various events held by the European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law in this area. See our range of training opportunities in Public procurement here.

lang_en 29. September 2014 - 30. September 2014, Mercure Hotel Berlin City

The European Union provides various funds and instruments to support stakeholders such as universities, research centres and companies in the fields of research and development and the commercialisation of research results. However, financial accounting and reporting of EU-funded projects are considered very time consuming and complex.

lang_en 16. October 2014 - 17. October 2014, Arcotel John F

R&D projects and cooperation, whether with or without European or national funding, need a safe and sound legal contract design. In most cases, the legal framework decides about the success of a project and lays the foundation for a smooth pursuit of research activities.

lang_en 27. October 2014 - 28. October 2014, Arcotel John F

Advanced hands-on experience, operative know-how and thorough knowledge of procedures and risks are necessary to ensure clear, effective and reliable procurement procedures. While the new EU procurement directives require more flexibility, transparency and fulfilment of high qualitative, environmental, social and innovation standards, many contracting authorities still favour lowest price criterion as the safest and fastest procedure. Yet, many examples prove that the lowest price does not always mean lowest costs and therefore needs to be extended by additional criteria.