Public procurement for contracting bodies:

1) selecting the appropriate public procurement procedure,

2) providing opinions on waiving market research in contracts below the Public Procurement Law threshold value,

3) providing opinions on the content of enquiries and settlements in proceedings below the Public Procurement Law threshold value,

4) the development of tender specifications, including:

  • an assessment of contract compliance with the Public Procurement Law,
  • drafting mandatory letters and notices for participants in public procurement proceedings,
  • establishing conditions for participation ensuring equal treatment and fair competition in contractor selection, and, at the same time, guaranteeing adequate contract performance,
  • determining evaluation criteria for the optimal selection of the most advantageous offer considering price-and-contract-related factors,
  • drawing up standard public procurement contract templates,
  • participation in need-and-requirement analysis preparation,

5) involvement in procedure-preparation activities, including contract notice content and publication.

6) taking part in proceeding-related activities, including:

  • drafting formal and legal responses to contractors' clarification requests on tender specifications,
  • preparing draft decisions for appeals submitted in relation to procurement proceedings,
  • preparing draft decisions addressing legal issues arising during proceedings and preparing corresponding letters and notifications.

7) participation in activities related to the examination and evaluation of offers, in particular:

  • related to the opening of tenders,
  • drafting notices of possible exclusion from a procedure,
  • drafting notices of possible tender rejection,
  • the evaluation of submitted tenders in formal and legal terms during the tender committee's process and providing legal guidance until contractor selection and contract signing,

8) participation in activities pertaining to the selection of the most advantageous tender, including:

  • participating in assessing contractors' compliance with participation conditions and conducting the formal verification of tenders, including compliance with contract description requirements,
  • providing opinions and, along with the contracting body, developing draft decisions taken by the contracting body during the public procurement procedure, ensuring compliance with Public Procurement Law for effective and efficient proceedings; verifying information regarding the selection of the most advantageous tender,
  • drafting information regarding the selection of the most advantageous tender, including publication in the relevant official publication,

9) compiling a legal proceedings report in accordance with statutory forms,

10) if necessary, acting as the representative of a contracting body before authorities, including, but not limited to, the Public Procurement Office, the Supreme Audit Office, inspection bodies, and other entities responsible for overseeing the proper execution of public procurement procedures,

11) drafting responses to appeals and complaints filed by contractors in response to actions taken (or failure to take obligatory actions) by a contracting body during the public procurement procedure,

12) providing legal opinions and expert advice on the interpretation of national and Community law in the field of public procurement,

13) the development of procurement procedure plans and other contract plans within the contracting body's unit,

14) compiling a report on awarded contracts, including an annual report on contracts awarded subsequently submitted to the President of the Public Procurement Office,

15) the comprehensive oversight of public procurement procedures employed by a contracting body,

16) drafting or customising procurement regulations for a contracting body.

Public procurement for contractors:

1) the analysis of public procurement notices and procurement documents,

2) assistance in preparing tenders in public procurement procedures from national and EU funds,

3) the verification of tenders,

4) maintaining correspondence with contracting bodies,

5) assistance, participation, and representation in appeal and complaint proceedings,

6) drafting notifications to control authorities, including the President of the Public Procurement Office and Managing Institutions regarding irregularities in public procurement procedures,

7) ongoing consultancy.


Legal advisory services for businesses:

1) providing legal advice,

2) preparing legal opinions,

3) drafting contract templates,

4) the verification of contracts and draft contracts for a client,

5) support in employment-related matters,

6) devising internal regulatory projects essential for client operations,

7) legal representation before administrative bodies, courts, and other authorities,

8) assistance in negotiations.

Audits of public procurement financed from national or EU funds:

1) establishing the legal framework for the unit's operation;

2) an assessment of the unit’s previous and current status, including property rights, existing contracts, permits, liabilities, and involvement in criminal, court, and administrative proceedings;

3) the legal status of real estate, their technical condition based on the opinions and reports of property appraisers;

4) the identification and assessment of organisational structures and their effectiveness;

5) an analysis of the staff structure based on selected criteria; an evaluation of individual career path procedures;

6) an analysis of psychological and ethical-moral aspects; an assessment of interpersonal contacts, employee attitudes as well as owner attitudes;

7) an assessment of information collection and flow efficiency, identifying barriers and inefficiencies;

8) an assessment of unit condition and formulation of recommendations for optimal organisation and functioning, including the identification of restructuring needs.

Business due diligence:

Business Due diligence encompasses a thorough examination of your business, which includes an assessment of the company's existing and potential risks associated with planned capital transactions; the extent of our services is tailored to align with the unique attributes of the surveyed enterprise and the nature of the planned transaction, and it mainly covers:

1) identifying and assessing the risk associated with a future investment,

2) analysing the specifics of the enterprise’s operations and industry,

3) developing a negotiation strategy with a contractor,

4) planning a transaction schedule.

To accomplish the aforementioned objectives, we conduct a range of analyses, including:

1) financial,

2) legal,

3) human capital management,

4) organisational

5) information flow,

6) real estete.

The organisation and execution of public procurement training programs:

1) training programs are designed to cater to both contracting bodies and contractors, accommodating participants at varying levels of expertise, tailored to their specific requirements and objectives, i.e., for persons responsible for the process of preparing and awarding contracts (the contracting body), and being awarded contracts (the contractor), as well as management staff, and control and supervision units involved in overseeing public procurement procedures;

2) training is delivered through a combination of lectures and workshops, offering participants the flexibility to choose between in-person sessions and online formats;

3) training is customised to meet the specific needs and schedule of a contracting entity, taking into account the following key aspects:

  • the target recipients of the training,
  • the overarching goals and objectives of the training program,
  • participation benefits,
  • a clear outline of the knowledge, skills, and insights that participants can expect to acquire during their training.