03-14-2019

Chambers Europe 2019: Team led by Ute Jasper again ranked no. 1




Chambers Europe, one of the most renowned international lawyer rankings, once again ranked the team led by Dr. Ute Jasper no. 1 in public procurement law. Interviewed clients appreciate the team’s enthusiasm, innovative solutions to complex issues, and its quick reaction: “They are always there when you need them.”

The Public Sector & Public Procurement Practice Group has been ranked no. 1 in public procurement law by Chambers Europe since 2015. It is also top-ranked by JUVE Handbook of Commercial Law Firms 2018/2019 and by Legal 500 Deutschland 2019. For this reason, Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek is among the best public procurement law firms in Germany.

According to Chambers Europe, Jasper “enjoys an excellent reputation in the market and frequently represents authorities in complex, high-caliber projects. Jasper is particularly visible in infrastructure and transportation projects and also advises on development projects in the energy and real estate sectors.” Her clients appreciate her “incredible level” of expertise. “With her self-confidence, she exudes an air of security in negotiations. She reads situations very well,” said one client.

Heuking’s public procurement experts have been advising on awards, restructuring, large-scale projects, and cooperations in the public sector since 1991. To date, they have accompanied hundreds of large-scale projects of federal, state, and local authorities and their subsidiaries with a total volume of more than EUR 30 billion without any procedures having been successfully challenged.

Since 1999, Chambers & Partners has identified Europe’s and the world’s leading lawyers and law firms in some 180 countries. This intensive and independent research is based on interviews of thousands of clients and lawyers.

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