A growing number of public sector tasks are carried out by private companies. This requires a close and excellent cooperation between the parties. At the same time, the development trend is towards an increased focus on the public-private forms of cooperation – PPP and PFI. In addition, this area of law remains full of uncertainties and rapidly developing deviations from the known norms.
NJORD has extensive experience with legal problems that arise in state-run and municipal operations and offers legal advice in the area of e.g. public procurement.
We draw up and review bid documentation and agreements as well as procurement strategies.
Our work includes making legal analyses regarding all stages of a procurement procedure and the legislation, which may, for example, entail an inquiry into whether a public procurement procedure has been carried out correctly or not.
NJORD offers advice to suppliers as well as to government agencies launching a procurement procedure.
We offer advice regarding all aspects of public procurement, including:
- Procurement procedures
- Procurement material
- Evaluation models
- Filing of complaints
We represent our clients in disputes and appeal cases before courts and with actions for damages at all levels and with an impressive track record.
“Full-service firm advising on all aspects of public law. Experience includes advising on the establishment of social institutions, business centres and public-private companies. Represents both public bodies and private clients in contentious cases, including administrative appeals and litigation before both domestic and EU courts.”
– Chambers and Partners Europe, 2016