The Technical and Construction Court (TCC) has published guidance for UK authorities, bidders and specialist procurement lawyers on how they should conduct public procurement claims in court. It gives easy to follow steps they should take when bringing a claim and the key points of the guidance are outlined succinctly by the law-savvy site Lexology. The court recognises certain aspects of procurement cases which differ from normal claims and require specific treatment. These include: Shortened pre-action process and timings for service of claim, Extent of disclosure from the authority required, Confidentiality in bid material disclosed, Role of the winning bidder and other interested parties, Overlap with judicial review, Timings and arrangements for the stay hearing. The full details are on Lexology.