Brenda Swick Authors “Public Procurement In Canada” in Thomson Reuter’s 2014 edition of Practical Law Multi-Jurisdictional Guide for Public Procurement

Toronto, July 2, 2014 — Brenda C. Swick, Co-Chair of McCarthy Tétrault's national Procurement Group, authors "Public Procurement in Canada: Overview", in Thomson Reuters's 2014/2015 edition of a Public Procurement Multi-jurisdictional Guide, published on June 1, 2014. The Guide provides a practical analysis of topical cross-border issues and country-specific guides on public procurement law and practice worldwide. The Guide is available here.

Ms. Swick is one of Canada's leading experts on the law of government contracting and on trade agreements relating to government procurement. She has represented clients in numerous government contracting disputes, including before the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, the Federal Court of Canada and provincial tribunals and courts. She advises public and private sector clients on complex public procurement law matters involving design of procurement processes, drafting procurement documents, advising on terms and conditions of procurements, and representing those entities in legal challenges to procurement processes and contracts awards.

With over 20 years of experience dealing with government contracting issues, Ms. Swick has advised clients across the globe on the full spectrum of defence, public works and infrastructure contracts.

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