Our firm successfully represented Pangea in an appeal filed by it with the Supreme Court, which resulted in the decision rendered by the District Court being overturned and the disqualification of Omega and Rambam Hospital as the successful bidders in the tender that was published by the Israel Airports Authority for the establishment and operation of stations and laboratories for carrying out Coronavirus testing at Ben Gurion airport.
Our partner Eran Bezalel noted that: “This is an important and significant ruling of the Supreme Court in tender laws, that reinforces the principle of equality, and again emphasises the importance of complying with the threshold preconditions, particularly when this concerns a tender of paramount public importance. The Supreme Court again held that there are no “shortcuts” – every tender procedure, regardless of its size and importance, must comply with the cornerstones of administrative law.”
Our firm’s legal team included partners, Eran Bezalel and Hagar Pines, together with associate Or Pi-ell and intern, Lior Shmueli.
To read the full article (in Hebrew), as published in Globes, click here >> https://lnkd.in/d98j4JE