Kai Wischnat

Senior Manager

Location Nürnberg
Bahnhofstraße 30
90402 Nürnberg

Tel.+49 911 800929918
Mobil+49 174 3013688

Lawyers with the same focus

Consulting focus

IT Law

Public procurement law

Public commercial law

Subsidy and state aid law


  • Lawyer
  • M.A.
  • M.Jur. (Oxon)
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After his admission to the bar in 2004, Kai Wischnat initially worked for three years at law firms in Hamburg. He has been working for KPMG Law in Nuremberg since 2007.

Kai Wischnat studied law at the Universities of Regensburg and Lyon and obtained a Magister Juris in European and Comparative Law (M.Jur.) from the University of Oxford after his first state examination. He completed his legal clerkship at the Nuremberg Higher Regional Court with an elective station in Paris.

Consulting focus

Kai Wischnat advises in the areas of public procurement law and IT law incl. Data protection law. The focus of his work is on advising the public sector at federal, state and municipal level on IT procurements subject to tendering. Kai Wischnat covers both the drafting of contracts and the implementation of the mostly Europe-wide award procedures. In addition, Kai Wischnat also advises private companies on the drafting of IT and outsourcing contracts.


Association of Lawyers Specializing in Public Procurement Law (VFV)


  • 2007 KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
  • 2004 – 2005 Ernst & Young Luther Menold
  • 2004 Admission to the bar
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