Daniel Soudry “possesses a deep knowledge of legal frameworks concerning German state contracts and tender procedures” according to sources who add, “He can take on a complex technical matter of a specific industry and quickly work out a range of proposals to resolve the issue.”
Dr Daniel Soudry is a partner and head of the government contracts department at Soudry & Soudry, an independent law firm based in Berlin.
Daniel is a certified government contracts lawyer with a wide-ranging expertise in public procurement, foreign trade law, state aid and contract law. He provides advice for government authorities, such as the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as domestic and international companies at all stages of the procurement process. This includes complex contractual arrangements, national and European procurement litigation and review procedures and compliance cases, as well as matters regarding the administration and performance of public contracts during their contract period. His field of expertise includes, inter alia, infrastructure and public transportation, social services, property development, IT, shipbuilding projects, healthcare, PPE, and security and defence.
At present, Daniel has published over 185 articles, essays and books on various public procurement developments. He is a frequently requested speaker on German and international conferences and events. Daniel is a member of the Procurement Lawyers' Association (PLA) and the public procurement division of the German Bar Association. The German Procurement Network (DVNW) honoured him with its award in 2015. According to the JUVE Handbook and WirtschaftsWoche he has been one of the top German lawyers in public procurement for many years.
Daniel graduated from the University of Heidelberg. He holds a master’s degree (LLM) in comparative constitutional and public law and a PhD (Dr iur). He is is a past scholar of the public foundation of the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg. He is fluent in German, English, French and Hungarian.