As to the field of administrative law, our focus remains on attorney work. Administrative law is the domain of the executive, and of public administration and is thus is part of the public law. More specifically, administrative law governs the legal relations between the state and its citizens, as well as  the functioning of and relations between institutions of public administration. In doing so, administrative law stipulates the basis and principles of the public administration and its duties and responsibilities. Special administrative law comprises specific regulations for particular fields and tasks of public administration, which are tailored to their special requirements and demands.

In this regard, we advise and represent our clients on problems related to

  • real estate related public law, such as building and construction law, monument protection law and public fees;

  • economic administration, such as the operating of a business or a craft business including state subsidies;

  • awarding of public contracts, including reprehension and review procedures in front of procurement boards or courts;

  • environmental, emissions, nature, and landscape protection;

  • and public services.

We pursue a collaborative approach to achieve both time- and resource- saving solutions. That said, when necessary,  we are also well prepared to take matters to court.