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Tino Beuthan

Tino Beuthan, M.Sc. (University of London)

Senior Associate

CMS Hasche Sigle
Lennéstraße 7
10785 Berlin
Languages German, English

Tino Beuthan specialises in national and international construction and real estate law as well as engineering and architects law. He focuses on advising clients during the planning and construction phase of big national and international construction projects, including all relevant contract work (including FIDIC contracts), claims management and project development, especially with regard to national and international plant construction projects. Tino also regularly represents his clients in complex court cases.

As a special area of expertise, Tino advises on the legal aspects of digitisation processes in the planning, construction and real estate sector, in particular in the context of BIM (Building Information Modeling).

He joined CMS in 2016.

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  • 2015 - 2016: Employed at international law firm that specialises in real estate and finance in Berlin
  • Master of Science in Finance (Economic Policy) at the University of London
  • 2012 - 2014: Trainee lawyer at Berlin Higher Regional Court including placements at a big international law firm in Frankfurt (litigation and arbitration department), the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy’s department for public contracts and real estate (involved in, amongst others, amendment to HOAI – German Fee Structure for Architects and Engineers) and the Foreign Office (German Embassy in London)
  • 2011 - 2012: Employed at the Federal Ministry for Justice and Consumer Protection’s department for European Law
  • 2011: First state examination in law
  • Law studies at Humboldt University Berlin and University of London
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  • "Bestandsmaßnahmen haben Besonderheiten", Immobilienwirtschaft, 05/2018
  • "BIM im Koalitionsvertrag: Die Digitalisierung des Planen und Bauens schreitet voran", BauFachzeitung (BFZ) 05/2018
  • "Von den vergaberechtlichen Hürden bei der Implementierung von BIM-Planungsmethoden", Bauprodukte digital, 04/2018, Ernst und Sohn Special, together with Katja Küpper
  • "BIM im Koalitionsvertrag vom 12.03.2018. Wird das digitale Planen, Bauen und Bewirtschaften jetzt zum Standard?", Gastbeitrag Immobilien & Finanzierung 03/2018
  • "So lässt sich BIM rechtssicher umsetzen", Immobilienmanager.de 03/2018
  • "BIM ist rechtlich handhabbar", Sonderheft Ernst & Sohn Spezial 2017, 02/2018
  • "Runderlass zum BIM im Hochbau: Die Digitalisierungswelle schreitet voran", Der BauUnternehmer 08/2017
  • "Die rechtlichen Implikationen des Masterplan Bauen 4.0", Immobilien & Finanzierung, 07/2017
  • "Keine Zukunftsmusik", together with Dr Nicolai Ritter in: THIS 07/2017 – Fachmagazin vom Bauverlag
  • "BIM-Erlass des Bauministeriums: Folgen für Vergabe, Vertragsgestaltung, Honorar", Momentum-Magazin, Mai 2017
  • Digitale Intelligenz für den öffentlichen Hochbau, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) vom 27.04.2017
  • "Das neue Bauen: Erst digital und dann real", Das Grundeigentum, 01/2017
  • "Der Masterplan Bauen 4.0", together with Dr Nicolai Ritter in: Der BauUnternehmer, Juli 2016
  • co-author of CMS Guide to Building Information Modelling (BIM)
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Lectures list

  • "Mehrparteienverträge und BIM", Berlin, vor dem Rechtsausschuss Bauforumstahl, 24.01.2019
  • "Einzel-, Partnering- oder Mehrparteienverträge?", Darmstadt, 3. Gemeinschaftstagung Digitales Planen und Bauen BIM und Industrie 4.0 im Stahlbau, 06.03.2018
  • "Baukostenrisiko Nachbarschaft", Berlin, Akademie der Immobilienwirtschaft e.V. (BBA), 14.11.2017
  • "BIM – Digitale Technik im wohnungswirtschaftlichen Baumanagement", Berlin, an der Akademie der Immobilienwirtschaft e.V. (BBA), 04.04.2017
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