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Your lawyers for joint projects between the public and private sectors

CMS Germany offers comprehensive legal advice for stakeholders in infrastructure projects implemented jointly by the public sector and private firms as public private partnerships (PPP). Our clients include public-sector agencies on the one hand and private-sector investors/sponsors, banks and financial institutions on the other.

PPP projects are highly complex in legal terms. Accordingly, our advisory teams comprise lawyers from a wide range of legal disciplines, such as public law, public procurement law, construction law, corporate law, banking and finance law, employment law and tax law.

Backed by international experience

Our legal advice on PPP projects draws on a wealth of experience from other countries and jurisdictions. We benefit from longstanding close relationships with the other CMS offices, and particularly with CMS London.

For our clients, that means we work with them to develop a legally-robust tailor-made solution for each PPP project.

Service portfolio

Our core activities in the area of public private partnerships are:

  • Advice on designing projects with regard to the legal framework
  • Preparatory work and advising on invitations to tender and procurement procedures
  • Drafting and negotiating project and finance agreements
  • Sector expertise, particularly in relation to PPP projects involving infrastructure, construction and telecommunications
25/07/2019
CMS In­fra­struc­ture & Pro­jects Glob­al Bro­chure
To meet do­mest­ic and glob­al growth ex­pect­a­tions a huge amount of in­fra­struc­ture will need to be built, re­built, re­fur­bished or ret­ro­fit­ted. The scale and in­vest­ment re­quired to plug this in­fra­struc­ture...

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25/09/2013
P-News­let­ter (Pub­lic Private Part­ner­ship) 09/13 (in Ger­man)
In­halt // Ed­it­or­i­al// The­menÖPP im Verkehrssek­t­or: Ver­nachlässigte Op­tion mit großem Po­ten­tialÖPP flex­i­bler ein­set­zen: Ernüchter­ung oder neue Kon­stel­la­tion?In­ter­na­tionale Zusammen­arbeit: Del­eg­a­tion...
24/04/2013
CMS Hasche Sigle ad­vises the gov­ern­ment of the Fed­er­al State of Branden­burg
Ber­lin – CMS Hasche Sigle has ad­vised the State Agency for Prop­er­ties and Con­struc­tion on a four-year bid­ding pro­cess. The ob­ject­ives were the pro­ject award and con­tract ne­go­ti­ations through to ap­point­ment...
20/03/2013
P-News­let­ter (Pub­lic Private Part­ner­ship) 03/13 (in Ger­man)
In­halt // Ed­it­or­i­al// The­men­Ver­gaberecht: Neue Vors­chriften bei der Konzes­sions­ver­gabeDirk Fisc­her im In­ter­view: "Klare Aus­s­chreibung­s­reg­eln sind nötig"Kos­tensich­er­heit im Hoch­bau: Mit ÖPP Kos­ten-...
04/10/2010
CMS Hasche Sigle ad­vises “Stif­tung mu­seum kunst palast” on im­ple­ment­ing...
Co­logne – Stif­tung mu­seum kunst palast, a found­a­tion based in Düs­sel­dorf, and the Duss­mann Group have es­tab­lished Ehren­hof Ser­vice-Gesell­schaft as a pub­lic private part­ner­ship (PPP). The new joint...
02/10/2010
CMS Hasche Sigle ad­vises Fed­er­al State of North Rhine-West­phalia on first...
Co­logne – The Fed­er­al State of North Rhine-West­phalia, rep­res­en­ted by the State Agency for Roads in NRW, and pro­ject com­pany Via-Bau Süd­west­falen GmbH have signed a pub­lic private part­ner­ship (PPP)...
07/09/2010
CMS In­fra­struc­ture & Pro­ject Fin­ance Group pub­lishes Guide to PPP in Europe
Frank­furt/Main – The CMS In­fra­struc­ture & Pro­ject Fin­ance Group has pub­lished its third-edi­tion Guide to PPP in Europe, which for the first time also sheds light on the situ­ation in West­ern Europe...
04/08/2009
Suc­cess­ful pub­lic private part­ner­ship pro­ject: CMS Hasche Sigle ad­vises...
Ber­lin – The ad­min­is­trat­ive dis­trict of Ober­spree­wald-Laus­itz has awar­ded the con­tract for con­struc­tion of the "See­Cam­pus Nieder­laus­itz" school com­plex. This pub­lic private part­ner­ship (PPP) pro­ject...