Public Business Law – Administrative proceedings

ZSCHUNKE Avocats / Rechtsanwälte / Avvocati specializes in public business law and administrative litigation

The law firm ZSCHUNKE represents clients before the German, French and Italian authorities and administrative courts in public contract law.

The lawyers at ZSCHUNKE advise and assist both national and international companies in the processes required for obtaining administrative licences (building permits and permits for amendments to same, classified facilities, etc.).They also provide representation in any litigation relating to said licences.

Similarly, the law firm ZSCHUNKE is active in the field of public contract law, in particular:

  • Management of public procurement contracts from tendering to execution
  • Project development
  • Infrastructure projects (buildings, public works, roads, power conduits, etc.)
  • Compliance and risk management
  • Licensing and planning permission procedures
  • Public-private partnerships (PPP)
  • Administrative litigation

For the last twenty years, ZSCHUNKE Avocats / Rechtsanwälte / Avvocati has been advising construction multinationals on their projects in France, Germany and Italy, in particular, but also worldwide.

ZSCHUNKE Avocats / Rechtsanwälte / Avvocati counts among its clients French, German, Italian and other foreign companies who have developed particular expertise in fields of activity such as renewable energy (wind farms, photovoltaic solar power plants, biomass and biogas units, waste-to-energy plants) spatial and environmental planning. The lawyers active in this sector have significant experience in the field of natural resources. The law firm ZSCHUNKE advises its clients on implementing and negotiating energy projects or infrastructures, draws up turnkey agreements, EPC contracts and operating contracts on behalf of constructors or dealerships, and sets up the associated financing packages.

The firm’s lawyers have assisted and supported international groups in numerous project financing operations, particularly in the energy and commercial and industrial public services sectors (water, waste processing, photovoltaics, renewable energy, etc.).