The Polish Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology has initiated a public consultation process concerning a new draft Public Procurement Law and regulations that will implement the new legislation, writes Lexology. Starting from 1 January 2020, the new law is to fully replace the existing Public Procurement Law of 29 January 2004. While the draft law proposed by the Ministry is mostly a rearrangement of existing regulations, it also introduces a number of completely new legal solutions … One of the most noteworthy novelties is the prohibition of abusive clauses, i.e. clauses in a procurement contract that bring about an overt imbalance between the rights and obligations of the contracting authority and the contractor, when compared to the type of contract and risks associated with its performance. Read more here.