The subject of consortia and their activity raises many doubts. Unregulated issues or residual practice are some sources of uncertainty.
When entering into a consortium its members are not able to foresee certain risks. Nevertheless, in our opinion, it is possible to avoid many pitfalls and secure one’s interests early enough.
During our meeting we will tell you how to do it. We will provide you with an appropriate dose of theoretical knowledge, but also show you on a concrete example what you can do to protect your business effectively.
We will focus on the main problem of a consortium, which is the insolvency of one of its members. The issue will be addressed in the context of the Public Procurement Law.
Types of consortia
Claims of third parties, i.e. not members of a consortium, against one of its members and their impact on a consortium
Influence of consortium member’s insolvency on internal relations, i.e. relations between consortium members
The impact of insolvency of a consortium member on external relations (e.g. relations with the Ordering Party, suppliers, service providers, subcontractors, etc.)
Possible strategies of securing oneself in case of insolvency of a consortium member
Each participant will receive a full package of information:
– a presentation shown during the webinar
– a detailed description of the issues discussed
We invite you on 13 JANUARY 2022 (Thursday) from 10.00 to 12.00. Hybrid format
Sign up at: https://pzpb.sorga.pl/rekrutacja?r=Warsztaty
More details about the meeting and speakers: https://pzpb.com.pl/2022/01/03/spotkanie-e-akademii-pzpb-jak-sie-zabezpieczyc-na-wypadek-niewyplacalnosci-czlonka-konsorcjum-webinar-13-01-g-10-00/