TILAWYERS’ practice on public procurement provides services on legal issues arising from the public procurements at all stages.
TILAWYERS has experience in counseling clients at the early stage of participation in public procurements that allow to prevent violation of the rights and legitimate interests of the participant in public procurement as well as experience in litigation related to public procurements.
For instance, clients could approach us when they were unreasonably excluded from participation in public procurement, when an unreasonable high requirements, qualifications are imposed or when state authority illegally added the client into the list of unfair suppliers, despite the fact that the client fulfilled its contractual obligations. In such cases, TILAWYERS could properly counsel on the legal steps that should be taken.
Our advocates also conduct seminars on practical application of public procurement legislation, explains the risks that may arise and legal steps that should be taken in order to minimize such risks.
TILAWYERS provides the following legal services related to public procurement:
- consultation on procedure and legislation on public procurement;
- drafting, preliminary (before its conclusion) analysis of the public procurement contract;
- legal support in negotiations to introduce amendments into the contract of public procurement;
- pre-trial and court representation;
- conducting seminars on minimization of the risks arising from participation in public procurement (what should be taken into account in the contract, how to conduct negotiation, pre-trial settlement of disputes).
- consulting on public procurement, for instance, possibility of non-residents to participate in public procurement of the RofK, introduction of amendments into the contract of public procurement, participation in negotiations;
- representation of construction company in the Supreme Court with respect to termination of the contract on public procurement and adding into the list of unfair suppliers of goods and services, despite the fact that the client fulfilled its contractual obligations.