Jette Nim Larsen
Annelouise Dalgaard Pedersen is specialised within procurement law and state aid. She has wide experience as an advisor to both public authorities as well as private businesses, and she has in-depth knowledge of complex contracts and the commercial and legal aspects characterising these contracts. Annelouise often acts as coordinator and project manager in connection with complex procedures with many players and stakeholders.
Annelouise advises on all aspects of the procurement rules and the related procedures. In addition to ad hoc advice on more fundamental questions, her experience ranges from preparation of tender and contract documents, carrying out of tender procedures to the handling of complaints (before the Complaints Board for Public Procurement) and contract management. In recent years, she has conducted several complaints, including on behalf of the City of Copenhagen (section 112 of the Social Services Act), IGT (IT contract) and Efkon (building and construction works).
As regards state aid, Annelouise has wide experience advising municipalities, supply utilities and public and private companies. Her advice includes the existence of aid, the possibilities of (group) exemptions and the contractual consideration in relation to state aid.
Annelouise is also an experienced lecturer at DANVA and Foreningen af Offentlige Indkøbere (IKA) as well as at Horten's own courses.
Annelouise is mentioned in the following international legal directories:
Legal500 - EU and competition (Recommended Lawyer)
She is the most skillful procurement specialist I have ever met. She has great abilities to find ways to optimise and solve hard obstacles.
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12 April 2019
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18. november 2017