Judge refuses to halt €57m Beaumont hospital contract over tender dispute
Justice Michael Twomey ruled that patient outcomes at the north Dublin hospital must take priority over a dispute about the procurement process
The Commercial Court has refused to allow a legal row delay the signing of a €57 million contract to provide Beaumont Hospital with blood lab services.
Justice Michael Twomey ruled that patient outcomes at the north Dublin hospital must take priority over a dispute about the procurement process.
Beckman Coulter Diagnostics, the unsuccessful bidder for the lucrative 15 year contract, initiated legal action when the tender went to Roche Diagnostics last June.
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