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Peter focuses on Public Procurement Law, PPP, Anti-Corruption and Compliance. He assists companies in successfully participating in procurement award procedures and represents them in government contracting disputes before the German courts. For more than a decade he has represented clients in Debarment and Cross-Debarment cases vis-à-vis the World Bank, ADB, EBRD, the European Commission and various national authorities in relation to allegations of fraud and corruption in major infrastructure projects.
Dentons – Partner, Co-Head Public Procurement Europe (since 2015), Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP – Partner (2008-15), Covington & Burling, New York – Foreign Associate (2007-08), Hölters & Elsing – Associate (2006-07), Fritze Paul Seelig – Associate (2004-05), Legal clerkship (2001-2003) with Linklaters, Wilmer Hale and the European Commission.
Independent Member of the Compensation Sub-Committee, FIFA; Speaker of the Board, Pro Bono Deutschland e.V..
Peter has published widely in the area of government contracts and is a regular speaker on national and international conferences and training seminars on the subject. Author in Handbuch Vergaberecht (Beck)
Attended Universities of Kiel, Wales (LL.M. Business Law) and Nottingham (PhD, Law). Researched on the practical application of public procurement law in PFI Projects in the UK.