Online Training: Legal Aspects of Procurement and Tendering

17 July 2020 (Fri)

0930 –1700


Online training logistics will be provided to individual participants when successfully registered

Cantonese supplemented with English materials

Legal knowledge is getting more and more important for professionals who involved in procurement and tendering. Good procurement procedures and contract documents can clearly define the legal liability and risk as well as to avoid legal pitfalls when managing the projects. This course covers the key areas in procurement and tendering with an aim to equip participants with the knowledge and skills when dealing with this matter. Court cases will be used to further demonstrate the problems and solutions that professionals involved in this area have to be alert to.


  • Principles and processes of public procurement
  • Inviting to tender and tendering
  • Acceptance and withdrawal of tenders
  • Termination of offer
  • Extension of tender validity period
  • Conditions of Tender
  • Extension of tender validity period
  • Tendering Strategies and tender queries
  • Mistakes in tenders
  • Disqualifying tenders
  • Tender negotiation
  • Joint Venture Tendering
  • Promises made at Tender Interview/ Collateral Contract
  • Competition Law
  • Case studies


Mr. Harrison CHEUNG
Barrister-at-Law, Chartered Engineer
Arbitrator, HKIAC Mediator and Dispute Resolution Advisor

Harrison is a practicing barrister, a member of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers and a fellow member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is also an HKIAC accredited mediator and is on the Panel List of Mediators and Arbitrators of the Hong Kong Bar Association. Harrison is a seasoned speaker who has been co-operating with local universities (HKU, PolyU, CityU SCOPE, etc.) in recent years and teaching courses of various legal topics.

Since July 2012, there are more than 3,000 participants who joined the courses, who are management staffs, government officials and professionals from different disciplines.