Mag Silvia Fessl > Wolf Theiss Rechtsanwälte GmbH & Co KG > Vienna, Austria > Lawyer Profile
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Mag Silvia Fessl
Regulatory and Procurement
Partner, specializing in public procurement, state aid and contract law, as well as in PPP’s and project development.
Graf & Pitkowitz Rechtsanwälte (Associate, 2006-2009), Fellner Wratzfeld & Partner Rechtsanwälte (Senior Associate, 2009-2011; Junior Partner, 2011 – 2014), Wolf Theiss (Counsel, 2014 – 2015).
English, French, German, Portuguese.
University of Vienna (Mag.iur., 2005), Bar Exam (2010).
Austria > Public procurement(Leading individuals)
Wolf Theiss‘s public procurement practice advises on large-scale tenders on both contractor and bidder sides for clients in sectors such as construction, IT, public transport and real estate. The team maintains close relations with other practice groups including regulatory and IP/IT, which allows it offer seamless advice to international and domestic clients. Manfred Essletzbichler leads the practice and is well versed in structuring and conducting tenders and supply contracts. Sebastian Oberzaucher and Silvia Fessl are co-heads with comprehensive experience in public procurement matters.
Austria > Projects and energy
Wolf Theiss‘s energy and projects practice is active in regulatory and environmental law, development and structuring, contracts and agreements as well as project finance and acquisitions. Recent work has seen the firm called on to advise clients in the construction industry on Covid-19 related matters, including force majeure clauses and safeguard measures. Sustainability and renewable energy are other areas of expertise for the team, which is led by Andreas Schmid, Manfred Essletzbichler, Silvia Fessl, Sebastian Oberzaucher and Kurt Retter.
- Leading individuals - Austria > Public procurement
- Public procurement - Austria
- Projects and energy - Austria
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