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René M. Kieselmann


 René M.  Kieselmann

Selection procedures in the area of population protection are exciting, because clients can specifically and sustainably create safety structures for the benefit of the people. Complex awards in IT are also challenging, because it is necessary to moderate between public procurement law, technical aspirations, and innovations.

René M. Kieselmann specializes in EU public procurement law and associated legal fields. Among others he is a member of SKW Schwarz’s IT & Digital Business and Life Sciences & Health Practice Group and has wide-ranging technical expertise in various areas. In addition to IT law, he advises on state aid law, subsidy law/grant law, and on rescue services and civil protection, i.e. the prevention of health hazards. Jointly with his team he is designing complex public procurement projects. René Kieselmann ensures adequate communication between bidders and clients, constructively conducting negotiations. SKW Schwarz advises on major bidding projects, including in the housing, in healthcare/pharmaceuticals and IT/banking sectors. He is also familiar with the structures of rescue services, civil protection, and disaster control as well as the regulatory context (SGB). Here he constructively designs award procedures on a long-term basis (“planning model”). In this connection, he also deals with issues of medical law ranging from emergency physicians to paramedics. While he is not litigating in court or before the Public Procurement Tribunal frequently, he has nevertheless gained considerable forensic experience since 2009, including at the Court of Justice of the European Union.