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2nd November 2020
Institutional law Internal Market Justice & Litigation

Op-Ed: “Slow but Steady: The Expansion of EU Law on Procurement in Special Sectors” by Daniele Gallo and Giacomo Biagioni

On 28 October 2020, the Court of Justice (CJ – Fifth Chamber) rendered its ruling in Pegaso and Sistemi di Sicurezza (C‑521/18) in the form of a reference for a preliminary ruling made under Article 267 TFEU by the Tribunale amministrativo regionale per il Lazio (Regional Administrative Court, Lazio, Italy) by a decision of 4 July 2018.

There is no doubt that the judgment in Pegaso and Sistemi di Sicurezza will be at the core of future case law of the CJ regarding the content, the scope and the extent of Directive 2014/25 on procurement by entities operating in the water, energy, transport and postal services sectors. The importance of the case stands first and foremost for the very similar pending case Irideos (C‑419/19).

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