Dr Jan Peter Müller advises national and international companies, as well as public clients, on matters of public commercial law and procurement law. His main focus lies in the fields of national and European procurement law, state aid and funding legislation, the right to privatise and re-nationalise, and tax law.
Dr Jan Peter Müller works in the fields of public procurement (procurement law), as well as funding legislation and EU state aid law.
He advises clients in the public sector, as well as national and international companies, on complex investment and transaction projects in the public sector. He has comprehensive knowledge in the field of procurement of supply and disposal services (drinking water supply, energy supply, waste disposal), the procurement of planning (architectural and engineering services) and construction services. He also advises in the field of information and communication technology (complex technology projects, IT procurement), as well as general service procurement. His fields of activity also include contract preparation in areas that are relevant to the projects, as well as both judicial and extra-judicial representation. He has extensive expertise in state and local matters (privatisation/re-nationalisation, tax law, funding legislation and state aid law, funding programmes, local law, local real estate transactions etc.).
Dr Müller regularly publishes expert contributions in legal journals, and holds seminars on a wide range of procurement law matters.
Dr Jan Peter Müller is an associated partner at GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB.
Before joining GÖRG, he worked as a lawyer for a large business law firm in Frankfurt with a focus on taxation. He completed his studies in law at Heidelberg University. He then obtained his doctorate there under Prof Dr Dres. h.c. Paul Kirchhof (RiBVerfG a.D) on a topic of accounting law relating to the legal sources theory.
During his legal training at a district court in the judicial district of the Higher Regional Court of Zweibrücken in the Palatinate, he completed clerkships that included the German University of Administrative Sciences, Speyer (additional studies for trainee lawyers), a business law firm in Bonn and the Federal Audit Office.
Memberships and awards
- Forum Vergabe e. V. (Procurement Forum) (Firm membership)
- Deutsches Vergabenetzwerk (German Procurement Network)
Teaching activities and lectures
- Lecturer in international public law at the Worms University of Applied Sciences (2017 to 2018)