Procurement law in Denmark and the EU is a highly complex area of law, and its many formalities are constantly changing. Not only public providers, but also many tenderers come into contact with procurement rules. Failure to comply with the rules - whether you are a provider or a tenderer - can have major consequences, as the tender may become invalid or the offer may be non-compliant, which can ultimately lead to claims for damages.

There is a growing awareness around tendering - including questions about which tasks should be put out to tender, how to conduct a tender correctly, and what a bidder who feels they have been passed over in a tender process can do.

Over the years, the rules have become more and more detailed. That's why it's a good idea to get advice from a Attorney who specializes in the subject.

Read more about our procurement law advice in the menu on the right, depending on whether you are a contracting authority or a tenderer.

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