The EU General Court issues a convoluted decision regarding accumulation of claims and their degree of specificity in public procurement litigation (European Dynamics / ECB)

A new European Dynamics challenge rejected: let's focus on admissibility of claims (T-553/11)* In its Judgment of 23 May 2014 in case T-553/11 European Dynamics Luxembourg v ECB, the General Court (GC) has ruled on yet another challenge filed by European Dynamics (ED) against procurement decisions of the EU Institutions and, in this case, the European Central Bank (for previous episodes in the appeals saga, see here). In this case, the legal framework applicable to the procurement is basically contained in Decision ECB/2007/5 of the ECB of 3 July 2007 laying down the rules on procurement. However, the issues discussed are fundamentally common to those under the EU procurement Directives, which makes the case generally relevant. Generally, the challenges brought by ED concern the

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Albert Sánchez Graells, The EU General Court issues a convoluted decision regarding accumulation of claims and their degree of specificity in public procurement litigation (European Dynamics / ECB), 23 May 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin Public procurement, Art. N° 66787

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