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Dr Michaela Siegwart
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Admitted 2005, (Attorney at Law), Austria
- Lecturer in Public Procurement
Michaela has represented and advised national and international clients in commercial litigation for almost 20 years. She specialises in public procurement, insurance, construction and contract law. She is a partner with CERHA HEMPEL since 2019. During her time with the firm, Michaela has managed to establish herself in all matters pertaining to insurance law. Many of her clients have increasingly come to rely on her expertise in matters such as fidelity insurance liability law and professional liability. A record of excellence has come to define her professional career and continues to entice new clients.
In addition to her work as partner with CERHA HEMPEL, Michaela is also a regular speaker on matters of procurement law and is frequently invited to participate in conferences, in particular, by the Lawyer’s Academy (Anwaltsakademie, AWAK) in Vienna.
German, English, French
- Vienna Bar Association
- International Bar Association
- Lex Mundi – The World’s Leading Association of Independent Law Firms
University of Vienna (Mag. iur. 2000, Dr. iur. 2013)
Clients from the IT, medical and infrastructure industries count on Cerha Hempel to handle public procurement matters, both for bidders and for contracting authorities. Georg Konrad is particularly active in the transportation sector; Stefan Huber has a core focus on work relating to the a higher education space; and Michaela Siegwart is a key name for utility procurement.
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- Capital markets
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Dispute resolution: white-collar crime (including fraud)
- Administrative law and public sector
- Banking and finance
- Data privacy and data protection
- Dispute resolution: arbitration and mediation
- Dispute resolution: commercial litigation
- EU and competition
- Private client
- Projects and energy
- Insolvency and corporate recovery
- Public procurement
- Real estate
- Intellectual property