United States: Public Procurement
Blank Rome’s Government Contracts group authored the “United States: Public Procurement” chapter of The Legal 500 Country Comparative Guide on Public Procurement (1st edition, January 2020). This inaugural guide offers a pragmatic overview of the laws and regulations of public procurement practice across a variety of jurisdictions. The United States chapter provides a country-specific Q&A covering a range of public procurement topics, including government contracting laws, complex contracts, the evaluation of bids, and common challenges.
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The Legal 500 Country Comparative Guides are produced in association with the world’s leading attorneys and give the in-house community a practical overview of the laws and regulations in key jurisdictions, for specific practice areas. Each country chapter is written by a renowned firm in an easy to use Q&A format. The hot topic articles provide analysis of current trends and developments within particular practice areas, giving readers a deeper understanding of pressing issues within the specified sector.
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