ADMINISTRATIVE & PUBLIC PROCUREMENT LAW
Our Firm has a wealth of experience in judicial proceedings and lodgment of appeals before all relevant administrative district Courts and before the Supreme Administrative Court “Council of State”, handling successfully litigation cases between the State, Public Law Bodies and the individuals and assisting our clients with the interpretation of complicated Administrative legal issues. Administrative legal aspects & disputes our Firm deals with, include:
- all related to businesses, commerce, trade & transport administrative issues;
- deeds for the concession of public spaces to the operators of stores for serving their operation, the issue of permits for outdoor trade and public markets;
- fines or taxes imposed on customs law offences & violations;
- imposition of administrative sanctions for the violation of the rules and regulations of labour law, insurance law and the legislation on health and safety at work;
- public law & public contract cases;
- tax offences and public revenue collection, debts to the State;
- tort liability of the State cases;
Besides, we provide expert advice to both public tendering authorities and private sector on all contentious and non-contentious legal issues arising from public tenders, projects and State awarded contracts.
Thus, we consult on a regular basis Public Law Bodies & Entities such as Chambers, Unions and Associations and we assist our private sector clients (joint ventures, legal entities, companies and individuals) in a wide range of Administrative and Public Procurement Law challenges, handling each case carefully with respect to the relevant EU regulations and national legislative and regulatory framework. More specific we represent our clients before tribunals, review boards and Courts in relation to issues & disputes arising at all stages of public tenders and we advise for the types of public tendering procedures to be chosen, the required documentation to be submitted in a public tender, the award criteria & procedure and for the indicated process to be followed during the course of the public contract after the signing stage.