The public sector must comply with a large number of special legal provisions when procuring IT services. In many cases, the intersection of individual legal areas is not sufficiently considered. Provisions under procurement law are, of course, as formative as privacy law provisions. In addition, general administrative structures – also with regard to the relevant provisions under state law – must not be disregarded. MORGENSTERN advises providers, bidders and procurers of IT services equally on the implementation of complex legal provisions. Furthermore, MORGENSTERN advises on special aspects under administrative and state law and, in particular, with regard to the question of whether public law provisions such as complex procurement law provisions are to be observed in the case of a private-law structure “dominated” by the public sector (e.g. a limited company or a public limited company).