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Dr. Rut Herten-Koch, M.A.

Lawyer
Certified Specialist in administrative law
Certified Specialist in public procurement law
Partner

Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Friedrichstraße 140
10117 Berlin

Phone +49 30 52133 16421
Fax +49 30 52133 110
rut.herten-koch@luther-lawfirm.com

Languages: German, English, French
Curriculum vitae

Dr Rut Herten-Koch was born in 1972. After studying law and political science at the Universities of Freiburg, Germany, and Lausanne, Switzerland, she was admitted to the German Bar in 2000. She has been practising as a lawyer in public law and public procurement law in Berlin, Germany, since 2002. Rut Herten-Koch has been a certified specialist in administrative law since 2004. She joined Luther as a partner in July 2015 and, in 2017, was additionally certified as a specialist in public procurement law.

Areas of Practice

Dr Rut Herten-Koch advises the public sector and its companies as well as private owners, investors, project developers and bidders in contract award procedures. She has a wealth of experience in advising on and structuring complex procedures, be it in construction planning or public procurement law. She also represents her clients before the bodies responsible for the subsequent review of contract award procedures and the administrative courts.

Clients
  • Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe AöR: on-going advice and representation with regard to public procurement law issues
  • Various communications agencies: on-going public procurement law advice in connection with the submission of tenders and subsequent review proceedings
  • Potsdam, capital city of the German federal state of Brandenburg, and municipal companies: on-going advice on matters pertaining to construction planning law and representation in court proceedings