Since 1998 the law of bidding and tendering in Canada has been developing. The obligations of a tender authority in the administration of a tender process have become more complex and extensive but, arguably less understood over time. Legal principles in relation to non-compliant bids, mistaken bids and disclosed criteria have altered the way in which those who submit bids, evaluate bids and award contracts must conduct their business. Also, cases addressing the effect of privilege clauses, damage clauses and liability waivers, as well as the law of tendering as it applies to the contractor/subcontractor relationship continue to develop.
We bring our knowledge of this law, and of the tender process itself, to bear in representing our clients. Our experience has also resulted in our being asked to prepare and present many papers, speeches and seminars on these issues.
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