Alexander Pustal specializes in advising federal, state and local governments as well as private companies on public procurement and related legal issues, e.g., in the areas of budgetary, municipal and grant law. In particular, he advises public clients on all stages of procurement projects, including aspects of sustainable procurement and cooperation models.
He has extensive experience in advising on public procurement law, in particular with regard to large-volume procurement and infrastructure projects in the field of waste management as well as in connection with planning services. Another focus of Mr. Pustal's practice is strategic advice, for example in connection with public-private partnerships or public-public cooperations. Furthermore, Mr. Pustal represents public clients and private companies in review and appeal proceedings under public procurement law.
Mr. Pustal is a regular author of the juris Praxisreport on Public Procurement Law and author of the 6th edition of the juris Praxiskommentar Vergaberecht (Practical Commentary on Public Procurement Law) on regulations in the area of the GWB, the VgV, the UVgO, the VOB/A(-EU) and the VOB/A-VS. Furthermore, he regularly holds seminars on public procurement law.