Stefan Jobst | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice

Stefan Jobst

Associate, Frankfurt

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Overview

Stefan Jobst is a member of the M&A/Corporate practice group in the Frankfurt office of White & Case.

Stefan Jobst advises companies of all legal forms on commercial and corporate law matters.

He focuses on stock corporation and corporate group law including the preparation and execution of shareholders' meetings, corporate restructurings and corporate litigation. He also advises management and supervisory board members in all aspects of corporate law including corporate governance, compliance and liability issues.

Prior to joining White & Case Stefan Jobst gained practical experience in insolvency, corporate, commercial and labour law as a trainee lawyer and research assistant at several international law firms in Frankfurt. Since 2017 he is assistant lecturer at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management in Frankfurt.

Bars and Courts

  • Rechtsanwalt

Education

  • Second State Exam, Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt am Main
  • First State Exam, University of Frankfurt am Main

Languages

  • German
  • English

Experience

Publications

  • Artificial intelligence and corporate governance, Neue Zeitschrift für Gesellschaftsrecht 2018, 1131-1136, (Künstliche Intelligenz und Unternehmensführung) (co-author with Robert Weber and Alexander Kiefner)
  • Non-consideration of foreign employees for the purpose of calculating co-determination thresholds in view of Art. 3 of the Basic Law – relevance in status proceedings under substantive law and procedural, AG 2018, 1 et seqq. In: Die Aktiengesellschaft, March 2018, p. 140-151 (co-author with Robert Weber and Alexander Kiefner)
  • Corporate Social Responsibility in corporate constitutions – an analysis of legal framework and the effects to the market structure in the light of recently European proposals for reform, CFL, Pages 243-253, 2013 (co-author Sunny Kapoor)
  • Paradoxes in the market for ratings – Are board directors and annual auditors allowed or are they obligated to trust in ratings of financial products, WM, Pages 680-689, 2013 (co-author Sunny Kapoor)
  • The criminal breach of fiduciary duties by the director of German limited company in comparison to the limited director in the UK, GmbHR, Pages 125-132, 2013 (co-author Marc Fornauf)
  • Exchanged and non-exchanged trades of derivates by means of Central Counterparty, ZBB, Pages 384-400, 2010
  • The German Public Corporation Code between an exchange-oriented and a capital market-oriented approach, BKR, Pages 136-144, 2010 (co-author Melanie Döge)

Awards & Recognition

Foundation Award of the Foundation of Hessian Accountants, 2009 and 2012