Dr iur Hanno Liebmann > SAXINGER Rechtsanwalts GmbH > Vienna, Austria > Lawyer Profile

SAXINGER Rechtsanwalts GmbH

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Main areas: Construction, Litigation and Arbitration, Procurement.




Hanno Liebmann has been a partner at SAXINGER since 2010. Previously he worked as a lawyer in Vienna and before that from 1996 to 1998 in Paris. He has been a lawyer since 1993.

Hanno Liebmann is specialised in public procurement law and construction projects since the early nineties. He supports contracting authorities as well as contractors from a variety of industries in all phases of the public procurement procedure and assists in national and international infrastructure projects. He has comprehensive experience in advising on public and private construction and transport projects with a strong focus on contract and claim management.

Key parts of his work are litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution in Austria and abroad.

Hanno Liebmann is well known for his talks on public procurement and construction law, teaching assignments and publications such as the commentary on railway law, which was published by Manz.


German, English, French.


Hanno Liebmann completed his degree course in law at the University of Graz. Graduated with a degree in law (Mag.iur.) in 1987. Between 1988 and 1993 he was an associate at commercial law firms in Vienna. During this traineeship, Hanno Liebmann completed his doctorate at the University of Vienna. Doctorate in law, with the title “Dr.iur.”, in 1992, passed his lawyer’s examination in 1993 with distinction.

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Austria > Public procurement

Described by one client as ‘real partners,’ SAXINGER Rechtsanwalts GmbH acts for public authorities and private sector clients on both advisory matters concerning the tendering and bidding processes, and post-award disputes. The team’s expertise lies primarily in rail procurement, where it assists with both rolling stock and infrastructure projects, and is also frequently instructed by contracting authorities for healthcare-related undertakings. Hanno Liebmann, who merges procurement expertise with a deep knowledge of railway law, leads the team. Edwin Scharf, who represents a number of healthcare clients, handles challenges to tender decisions.