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Public Procurement Litigation

1 Oct 2014

From 20 March to 12 September “Šulija Partners Law Firm Vilnius“ lawyers represented a local travel agency in a long and complicated public procurement case heard by the Vilnius Regional Court and the Court of Appeal of Lithuania. 

The case concerned challenging the lawfulness of the decisions of a Government institution declaring a competitor of the represented travel agency as one of the winners of a public procurement tender. The case involved complex aviation and public procurement law matters. The claim of the travel agency was upheld and the decisions of the Government institution were repealed by the courts of both instances, whereupon the preliminary agreement concluded with another travel agency was found to be partly null and void. As a result, the represented local travel agency was declared by the Government institution as one of the winners of the public tender.
This case once again proved that “Šulija Partners Law Firm Vilnius“ are one of the leading law firms in public procurement matters in Lithuania.
You may read the full text of court ruling here.

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