Steffen Häberer

Steffen Häberer

Steffen Häberer

Leipzig

T +49 341 5299 0

Lawyer
Certified Specialist in Public Procurement Law
Partner
Industries Information Tech & Telecommunications

Areas of practice

Steffen Häberer focusses on advising the public sector and public-sector companies on matters pertaining to public procurement law. In this context, he primarily advises on how to organize Europe-wide calls for tenders and assists with the examination of complex public procurement law issues. In addition, he represents his clients in post-award review proceedings. Steffen Häberer has a wealth of experience in assisting with the award of service contracts and concessions, in particular in the area of network-bound supply, such as telecommunications/broadband and energy.

Practices
Vita

After finishing school with a focus on business and economics, Steffen Häberer studied law at the University of Leipzig (Germany). Following his legal training, which included working for the audit firm KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, he was admitted to the German Bar in 2010 and joined Luther the same year. In August 2016, Steffen Häberer was awarded the title “Certified specialist in public procurement law”.

Honors and distinctions
  • The Legal 500 Germany (2021): Nomination in Public Procurement Law
Clients

  • Providing public procurement and contract law advice to the district of Nordsachsen in European-wide procurement procedures regarding the provision of broadband access for the municipalities in the district; project volume of approximately EUR 100 million
  • Providing public procurement and contract law advice to the City of Chemnitz in European-wide procurement procedures regarding the provision of broadband access for the City of Chemnitz; project volume of approximately EUR 40 million
  • Providing public procurement and contract law advice to diverse municipalities in European-wide and other procurement procedures regarding providing broadband access for the municipalities; total project volume of approximately EUR 150 million
  • Providing a Saxon housing company with public procurement and contract law advice when carrying out an EU procurement procedure regarding the provision of broadband cable services for over 30,000 residential units

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