Karsten Köhler advises public-sector companies on matters pertaining to public procurement and contract law in connection with the implementation of complex public procurement projects. He particularly focuses on providing assistance with plant construction projects in the energy industry (e.g. gas turbine and gas engine power plants) and on advising the housing industry on large investments (projects regarding the construction of new buildings, broadband cable projects, public procurement advice).
Karsten Köhler was born in 1973. After studying law at the University of Leipzig (Germany) and completing his legal training in Saxony, he was admitted to the German Bar in 2001 and joined Luther (or its respective predecessor firm) the same year. Since 2002, he has been a permanent member of staff of Vergaberecht, a magazine on public procurement law. Karsten Köhler became a certified specialist in public procurement law in September 2016. He is a frequent lecturer at public procurement law seminars.