Law firm Pannone hopes to demystify the often complex area of European law governing procurement for regeneration and development at a seminar in April.
Guests will hear presentations by Stephen Chalcraft, partner and head of real estate, and Udo Pope, partner, at Pannone, as well as Jennifer Skilbeck of Monckton Chambers.
The issues to be covered include:
- Outline of state aid and procurement law
- Disclosure of award criteria
- Changes to existing contracts
- Competitive dialogue
The event is on 29 April at the Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester, from 4pm to 6pm. Contact Sara Baines at Pannone LLP on 0161 909 3000 if you wish to request an invitation.