*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Last spring, brief remarks by Councillor Anne Courrèges reminded us of what contemporary administrative law owes to sports litigation (A. Courrèges, "No sport", D.A., March 2021, benchmark). If the core of his analysis focuses on domestic law, the case settled by the Court of Justice on 3 February 2021, far from contradicting this impression, gives it another dimension, a European one this time. The dispute arising from the award of a service contract provides an opportunity to confront the concept of "body governed by public law", derived from the Procurement Directive (D. 2014/24/EU), with a national sports federation. The Italian football
CASE COMMENTS: PUBLIC PROCUREMENT - PROCUREMENT - BODY GOVERNED BY PUBLIC LAW
Body governed by public law: The Court of Justice of the European Union answers the question whether a sports federation performing tasks in the public interest and having autonomous management is a body governed by public law within the meaning of Directive 2014/24/EU (Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio, Consorzio)
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