• Droit des Contrats Administratifs 12e édition

    The 12th edition of the handbook “Droit des Contrats Administratifs” (Administrative Contract Law) has been published in October 2021, by the EPLG member François Lichère, Professor of Public Law at the University Jean Moulin Lyon 3, Director of the Chair of Public Contracts Law and consultant to French and foreign law firms, administrations and companies and Laurent Richer, Professor Emeritus of Public Law at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and lawyer specialist in public law (Richer et associés Law Firm). This handbook, which has already been used by several generations of students and practitioners, studies, on the one hand, the general regime of administrative contracts  and, on the other,…

  • Modernising Public Procurement: The New Directive

    The recently approved Public Procurement Directive 2014/24/EU has brought a major overhaul to EU law and made significant changes to the obligations of contracting authorities in the Member States. Concurrently, the new directive has introduced some measures of flexibility and important new requirements. This book focuses on the essence of these changes, starting with the definition of a public procurement contract to end with changes to concluded contracts. In between many very important aspects of the reform are analysed, including the new rules on in house and public-public partnerships, on qualification, on the new and more flexible award procedures, including those aimed at fostering innovation. Specific attention is also…

  • Enforcement of the EU Public Procurement Rules

    The European procurement Law Series Vol. 3. The analysis provided in this book focus on the interpretation, implementation and practice in a range of Member States of the EU as enforcement mainly takes place at national level and on the recent changes introduced with Remedies Directive 2007/66. It also considers the correlation between the available remedies, whether the different national systems all are leading to effectiveness, enforcement of the public procurement rules outside of the Public Procurement Directives and includes a general comparative study of the national enforcement regimes.