Public Procurement Activity in 2020 Sets the Stage for Trends in 2021
In a business year like no other, 2020 saw border closures, stay at home orders and disruption in all sectors. Public procurement, buoyed by pandemic-related government purchasing and economic stimulus, experienced continued activity. This led to a number of new and interesting cases across Canada.
McCarthy Tétrault’s national Procurement Group recaps key developments and cases in procurement law from throughout the country, while zeroing in on anticipated trends in 2021 to provide forward-looking insights into changes in procurement law during this unusual time. Our coverage includes:
- Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) decision making trends in standard of review, jurisdiction, timelines, remedies and costs; and,
- Provincial court highlights.
Gain your competitive advantage, uncover opportunities, reduce costs and work towards profit – by reading Public Procurement Law: 2020 Cases and 2021 Trends.