Mag Manfred Essletzbichler > Wolf Theiss Rechtsanwalte GmbH & CoKG > Vienna, Austria > Lawyer Profile

Wolf Theiss Rechtsanwalte GmbH & CoKG
SCHUBERTRING 6
1010 VIENNA
Austria

Work Department

Regulatory & Procurement, Banking & Finance.

Position

Partner; specialised in Public Procurement Law, Business Law, Competition and Antitrust Law. Manfred regularly advises on major infrastructure projects and on tenders concerning intellectual services, medical devices or IT-systems as well as on alleged infringements of procurement law. He represents parties in review proceedings before Procurement Review Authorities and also specializes in compliance regarding public tenders.

Career

Partner, Wolf Theiss, since 2002; Admitted in Austria, since 2002.

Languages

German, English.

Memberships

Vienna Bar Association, Forum Vergabe e.V.

Education

University of Vienna, (Mag. iur. 1996).

Lawyer Rankings

Austria > Public procurement

(Leading individuals)

Manfred EssletzbichlerWolf Theiss Rechtsanwalte GmbH & CoKG

Wolf Theiss Rechtsanwalte GmbH & CoKG is a popular choice for assistance with large tenders, both on the side of contracting authorities and bidders. In recent years, the firm has also expanded its niche knowledge to include the museum sector. The department is led by Manfred Essletzbichler, Sebastian Oberzaucher and Silvia Fessl. Essletzbichler excels in energy as well as infrastructure, transport, IT and health sector tenders. IT and health are also core areas for Oberzaucher, and Feßl adds PPP, architectural competitions and planning procedure expertise.

Austria > Projects and energy

Wolf Theiss Rechtsanwalte GmbH & CoKG has a cross-disciplinary approach to its projects and energy work, which was recently extended to also support clients with issues in relation to the European Green Deal. Procurement specialist Manfred Essletzbichler is frequently involved in infrastructure and PPP projects. Sebastian Oberzaucher is also a core member of the procurement team and has additional construction experience. Regulatory work falls to Kurt Retter, who has expertise in infrastructure and environmental law, among others.