The EU General Court establishes a demanding standard for the duty to give reasons in procurement cases (Sviluppo Globale GEIE)

Duty to give reasons under EU procurement law and EU trademark law: is there a contradiction?* Even if they may seem two – rather disconnected – areas of legal practice, reading cases on EU public procurement and on EU trademark law sometimes offers interesting insights into broader issues of EU economic law or, more generally, EU law. For instance, some recent case law on the duty to provide reasons under each of the specific adminsitrative procedures that govern contract tendering and trademark registration shows what, in my view, is rather a contradiction. On the one hand, and as commented recently here, the General Court issued his Judgment in Sviluppo Globale GEIE v Commission where it imposed a very demanding standard for the duty to give reasons in procurement cases. Indeed,

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Albert Sánchez Graells, The EU General Court establishes a demanding standard for the duty to give reasons in procurement cases (Sviluppo Globale GEIE), 10 October 2012, e-Competitions Bulletin ECHR, Art. N° 64143

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