Special event

Book presentation “La passation des marchés publics dans les secteurs classiques”

Book presentation “La passation des marchés publics dans les secteurs classiques”

Book presentation “La passation des marchés publics dans les secteurs classiques”

26.09.2014

Stibbe Brussels hosts a book presentation for its French-speaking administrative law team’s latest publication “La passation des marchés publics dans les secteurs classiques”.

The book constitutes a detailed discussion of the Royal Decree Public Procurement Award 2011 transposing Directive 2004/18/CE and is written under the direction of partner Bruno Lombaert and co-authored by Irène Mathy, Olivier Di Giacomo, Nathalie François, Michèle Belmessieri and Mathieu Thomas.

Guest speaker Pierre Nihoul, UCL professor, judge for the Constitutional Court and Honorary State Councillor, briefly reviews some topicalities that are discussed in the book.

Attendees can purchase the book at a 20% discount. If you wish to subscribe to the event or to receive more information, please click here.  

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