dr Monika Behrens

Attorney at law (Poland)
Associate Partner
Phone: +48 22 244 00 26

In today's economic reality, public administration bodies are an important group of purchasers of goods and services. It is of great importance for businesses bidding for contracts from public sector bodies for the supply of goods or services to have knowledge of Polish public procurement law. The Public Procurement Act of 29 January 2004, an act of law crucial in this regard, has contributed to creating a public procurement market in Poland which is continuously growing and becomes more and more competitive. To be successful in winning public contracts depends not only on the quality of the offered goods or services and prices. As the public procurement procedure is highly formalised, it is also important to know the applicable rules and relevant legal aspects, including the procedures, the rights and obligations of the parties, legal remedies, review of procurement procedures, liability, etc. We will discuss these and similar issues in this section. You will also find here an overview of the legislative changes and an analysis of the most important judgements of the National Appeal Chamber (Krajowa Izba Odwoławcza). We will be happy to assist you in specific public procurement procedures and offer you comprehensive legal and tax advice from our offices in Cracow, Gdansk, Gliwice, Poznan, Warsaw and Wroclaw.

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