The international lawyer's ranking Who's Who Legal recognized Dr. Ute Jasper and Dr. Martin Schellenberg as two of Europe’s top lawyers. Both are partners at Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek and were identified as "Thought Leaders" for Government Contracts. Only the top two percent of lawyers are qualified for this leading group listed by Who's Who Legal in the already small circle of European top lawyers.
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Dr. Ute Jasper and Dr. Martin Schellenberg are partners at Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek and members of the Public Sector & Public Procurement Practice Group. They are among the most distinguished advisors in this field and are regularly recognized by other industry analysts such as Legal 500 and Juve. Chambers Europe 2017 awarded Bank 1 ranking in procurement law to Ute Jasper just a few days ago.
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Dr. Ute Jasper is one of the most renowned lawyers for procurement and infrastructure projects in the public sector. She advises federal and state ministries, municipalities, and businesses, particularly on innovative and complex projects. Ute Jasper heads Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek's "Public Sector & Public Procurement" department. Large projects include billion-euro project RRX, the dispute about the Belgian nuclear reactor Tihange and the procurement of research vessels for the Federal Institute for Agriculture and Food.
Dr. Martin Schellenberg is also one of the leading lawyers in public procurement and infrastructure. He heads Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek’s Public Sector & Public Procurement department in Hamburg. On a regular basis, he represents public contracting authorities in sensitive procurement projects, such as The Federal Ministry of Defense in the billion-euro HERKULES project or the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg in the bid to host the Olympic Games.
The Public Sector & Public Procurement department has been one of the three best procurement law practices for years. Since 1991, it has advised on awards, restructuring, large-scale projects, and cooperations in the public sector and has accompanied several hundred large-scale projects of the federal, state and local authorities and their subsidiaries with a total volume of more than EUR 20 billion without any procedures having been successfully challenged.