In this podcast, David Gollancz, a barrister practising at 11KBW, discusses public procurement with Kirsten Maslen, PLC Editor, and considers the issues arising for a contracting authority outsourcing its IT and legal departments.
The domestic rules and key cases on jurisdiction in English law, particularly the principles of forum non conveniens and lis alibi pendens.
This podcast aims to provide a summary of the public procurement process and the main procurement issues a contracting authority should consider when outsourcing a service. Throughout the podcast reference is made to key cases and how those decisions have clarified the legislation.
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