What protection can VEAT (voluntary ex ante transparency) notices offer a contracting authority?

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Summary: Can, and if so to what extent, publication of a voluntary ex ante transparency notice (VEAT Notice) offer contracting authorities and utilities protection against a remedy of a declaration of ineffectiveness in the national courts? Until earlier this year there was little judicial precedent on the subject. We consider the judgment in Italian Interior Ministry v Fastweb SpA.

Can publication of a voluntary ex ante transparency notice (VEAT Notice) offer contracting authorities and utilities protection against a remedy of a declaration of ineffectiveness in the national courts?  Until earlier this year there was little judicial precedent on the subject. Associate Director Warsha Kale considers the judgment in Italian Interior Ministry v Fastweb SpA, which sheds light on the subject. Read our post on the Practical Law Public Sector blog here.

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