Legal Areas

Procurement Law

"The team works as a unit and every team member is informed and able to provide information about the issues at hand. Any legal questions that arise are processed quickly and appropriately. These are processed very well in the interests of the client"

(The Legal 500 Germany 2024 & The Legal 500 EMEA 2024)

As a client of ADVANT Beiten, your procurement law matters will be in the hands of one of the leading law firms in this field. We advise contracting authorities at federal, Laender and municipal levels on the preparation and implementation of procurement measures. Our team has particular expertise with complex IT and communications technology projects. Bidders also benefit from our advice on participation in procurement proceedings and tenders.

Procurement is interdisciplinary, especially in the case of major projects. In addition to procurement, contract and budget law issues, other areas of law are often involved, such as company, competition, tax, and labour law. You can rely on the depth of our team: our lawyers often have strong backgrounds in civil and corporate law, in addition to their significant procurement law expertise. This allows us to advise on even complex acquisitions from one source. To guarantee integrative solutions for particularly technical or economic issues, we call on further experts at short notice.

In the case of legal disputes, we provide guidance and advice when conducting revision procedures involving applicants and bidders and represent clients before procurement chambers and senates and during court proceedings.

As part of our sustainable approach, we continue to support you seamlessly after the award of the contract and throughout the performance phase. We assist with implementation and controlling and conduct and guide any follow-up negotiations.

At a glance:

  • Structuring and supporting procurement procedures
  • Drafting and negotiating contracts and advising on post-contractual issues
  • Bid management
  • Legal protection and representation in legal disputes
  • Monitoring of legal developments
  • IT procurement
  • Defence and security
  • Public-private partnerships (PPP)
  • Concessions and licences for services
  • Procurement of public transport goods and services