Thomas has extensive practical experience in public procurement law and specialises in advising governmental clients.
Thomas is a barrister and solicitor of the High Court and a partner specialised in public procurement law. He is based in our Danish office.
He primarily advises public and municipal authorities in relation to procurement and licenses according the EU Procurement Directives/the Procurement Act; he also advises entities on the classic procurement directives (goods, services, IT acquisitions and construction tasks) as well as the Utilities Directive.
Thomas assists with strategic and practical advice on the implementation of the procurement process and drafting of contracts and other procurement documents. Thomas also provides legal advice on general procurement law issues and represents the contracting authorities and tenderers at the Complaints Board for Public Procurement and conducts litigation at the Danish courts, as well as arbitration in relation to, for example, construction law issues.
He has eight years’ experience working at “Kammeradvokaten” (law firm acting as legal adviser to the Danish Government) where he advised on public law cases (contracts/procurement/construction projects, tax and general public law) as well as state liability and tax disputes in the courts. He has therefore gained considerable insight into the legal issues and considerations facing public, regional and municipal authorities.
Thomas speaks Danish, English and German.