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Public legal services contracts: The French Supreme Administrative Court admits that a national text about public procurement can plan requirements superior to those of the public procurement directive (CNB, Conférence des bâtonniers et Ordre des avocats à la cour d’appel de Paris)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In general, and apart from cases of ignorance of one of the great freedoms of the internal market, the rules of competition or the structuring principles of the European Union legal order, Member States have the possibility of going further than the provisions of a directive. The Conseil national des barreaux, Conférence des bâtonniers et Ordre des avocats à la cour d'appel de Paris judgment (EC, 9 March 2016, no. 393589); Contrats et Marchés pub. no. 5, May 2016, comm. 133. M. Ubaud-Bergeron; JCPA ed. A. No. 11, 21 March 2016, act. 232, veille F. Tesson) is an illustration of this with regard to competitive tendering for public contracts. Beyond this primary

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Fabien Tesson, Public legal services contracts: The French Supreme Administrative Court admits that a national text about public procurement can plan requirements superior to those of the public procurement directive (CNB, Conférence des bâtonniers et Ordre des avocats à la cour d’appel de Paris), 9 March 2016, Concurrences Nº 3-2016, Art. N° 80928, pp. 176-178

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