Annette Mutschler-Siebert


Markgrafenstraße 42
10117 Berlin
Dr. Annette Mutschler-Siebert is a partner in the firm’s Berlin office. She advises clients on public procurement law as well as European and competition law. She is particularly experienced in advising clients on the design of and participation in complex procurement procedures, privatization projects and public private partnerships for both the bidding and the contracting party.

Dr. Annette Mutschler-Siebert also advises clients on issues relating to antitrust law, in particular the structuring of distribution networks, the structuring of research and development agreements and competition law compliance. She advises and supports clients in merger filing procedures as well as investigations by the competition authorities. Her practice also includes the regular representation of clients before the special procurement review bodies, the German Federal Cartel Office and the European Commission as well as German and European Courts.

Ms. Mutschler-Siebert is recommended for her public procurement work by Chambers Europe, Who’s Who Legal, Best Lawyers/Handelsblatt, and JUVE Handbuch, a leading German legal publication.

In Chambers Europe 2018, clients “say that (she) is a very skilled and experienced procurement lawyer who gives well-grounded advice,” and value her “excellent knowledge and accessibility.” Documented in Chambers Europe 2017, “Annette Mutschler-Siebert is well-regarded for her abilities in public procurement, PPPs and privatizations.” Legal 500 refers to the “brilliant” Annette Mutschler-Siebert in the area of public procurement. A competitor was quoting as saying “most active and pleasant, knows her stuff”, published in JUVE Handbuch 2017.


  • Dip. d'Admin. Pol. Int'l, Pierre-Mendès-France University (1995)
  • First Legal State Exam, University of Konstanz School of Law (1998)
  • Magister Juris, University of Oxford (2000)
  • Second Legal State Exam, Berlin (2002)
  • Dr. iur., University of Konstanz School of Law (2002)
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