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Dr. Steffen Jung, Partner

Dr. Steffen Jung

Partner

Rechtsanwalt

Languages

German, English, French

Practice areas

  • Construction and engineering
  • Procurement strategies
  • Public procurement
  • Real estate development and regeneration
  • Real estate planning

Practice notes

Dr. Steffen Jung is a Partner at Eversheds Sutherland in Munich and head of the Construction practice group. His team of lawyers specialising in construction law comprehensively covers all topics around private and public construction and procurement law.

He has extensive experience in his area of expertise. Over the years, he more and more focused on advising clients in particular with respect to major infrastructure projects.

Steffen advises principals and contractors on project-related questions and also represents them within the framework of out-of-court dispute resolution proceedings and in proceedings before state courts.

He is inter alia one of the founding members of the Society of European Contract Law (SECOLA) e.V. He regularly publishes papers and gives lectures on construction law topics.

The German business paper Handelsblatt/Best Lawyers ranks him among the leading lawyers for construction law in Germany. On Kanzleimonitor.de 2017 of the German Association of In-house Lawyers (BUJ), Steffen is listed as a frequently recommended lawyer for real estate and construction law.

"The excellent (...) Steffen Jung heads a team at [Eversheds Sutherland in Germany] which convinces with ‘exceptionally good knowledge of the industry, outstanding legal and economic understanding and high service orientation’". Legal 500 Germany 2016

Steffen's recent experience includes advising on:

  • road, bridge and tunnel projects in connection with German federal motorways and main roads;
  • the major project "Stuttgart 21";
  • renovation and new construction projects in the area of public cultural institution and trade fair construction;
  • major construction projects for commercial and residential multi-storey buildings.