Max Stanko is Associate at BEITEN BURKHARDT's Berlin office and member of the Government & Public Sector practice group. His area of activity comprises advice to both contracting authorities and private businesses on national and Europe-wide tender procedures, as well as the representation of clients in review proceedings before complaint boards and higher regional courts. He also focuses on administrative as well as state aid and subsidy law and construction law.
Max Stanko studied law at the Humboldt-University of Berlin and was admitted to the German Bar in 2015. Furthermore he is a Certified Specialist in Public Procurement Law. Before joining BEITEN BURKHARDT, he worked with a national law firm specialized in procurement in construction law. He has been working with BEITEN BURKHARDT since 2018.
- German-Israeli Lawyers Association (DIJV) e.V.
Publications / Lectures
inter alia "Notification Pursuant to Section 37 (1, 2) German Public Tender Regulation (VgV); Public Tender Pursuant to the German Rules of Procedure for the Awarding of Below-Threshold Contracts (UVgO) - National Notification; Bidding Conditions"
in: Beck'sches Formularbuch Vergaberecht, 3., revised edition 2018, C.H. Beck
Carl Schmitt and the "New Right" Grouping – About the Revenant from Schnellroda
Max Stanko together with Sophia Gluth
in: myops, Berichte aus der Welt des Rechts No. 31
Transfer of the Operating Risk in Case of Licensing
Max Stanko together with Dr Thomas Mestwerdt
in: VergabeR 2017 No. 3, p. 348
Municipal Housing Association Under Private Law as Public Contracting Authority
Max Stanko together with Áron Horváth
Vergabeblog.de dated 6 April 2017, No. 30384