Jeppe mainly specialises in public law-related work, focusing on two main areas – tendering and public contracts as well as other public regulatory matters, including environmental law. Jeppe became a partner in 2015 and heads Kromann Reumert’s Procurement Law Practice Group.
Firstly and primarily, Jeppe advises on all disciplines of procurement and tender law, primarily assisting contracting authorities with the execution of tenders from the preliminary, strategic considerations and implementation of market dialogues to drafting tender and contract documents and implementing the process itself to the final contract award. His experience in also assisting companies in submitting tenders and considering appeal procedures ensures commercial and balanced advice in relation to the process and the material, which very much supports a sustainable tender while also focusing on successfully executing the project “behind the tender”. This creates an essential connection between the process and the contract – the advice is an end-to-end solution. Having Jeppe on board as part of the team ensures that the project is continuously in focus.
Secondly, Jeppe works with public regulation in a broad sense, including public subsidies, environmental law, waste and supply related issues and the interfaces to public regulation and projects in a political context, ensuring coherent advice – even when tensions are running high. Jeppe was the first attorney to complete the masters degree MEEL (Master in Environmental and Energy Law).
Jeppe heads our Procurement Law Practice Group and is also procurement and public law knowledge management ambassador at Kromann Reumert. He has focused on procurement law since 2005 - and has remained focused on providing integral advice within this cross field. This means, among other things, that he carries the primary responsibility for strengthening the internal - and partly also the external - sharing of knowledge of new tendencies and trends, new regulations and practice from the relevant complaints authorities and courts within procurement and public law.
Jeppe is acknowledged for providing direct, result- and commercially oriented advice while at the same time focusing on the context in which the advice is to be used and has been requested. His daily contact with a variety of public or semi-public organisations offers him an advantage in targeting his advice to the actual need; and moreover he takes the assignment to communicate briefly and applicably, to e.g. steering groups, literally.
Jeppe frequently lectures at both conferences, in specialised ERFA-groups and with clients. He has previously written articles about CSR-considerations in tenders, including environmental considerations.