Yasmin Kristina Weber | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice

Yasmin Kristina Weber

Associate, Berlin

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Overview

Yasmin Kristina Weber advises clients on all aspects of corporate law and on M&A transactions.

Prior to joining White & Case in 2016, Yasmin Kristina Weber gained experience as a research assistant and trainee lawyer in the M&A practice of two leading international law firms in Frankfurt and Hamburg and worked at the German Consulate General in Los Angeles.

In addition, she received a Master of Laws degree from Columbia Law School in the City of New York, where she was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and focused on corporate law and transactions.

Bars and Courts

  • Rechtsanwältin
  • New York State Bar

Education

  • Second State Exam, Higher Regional Court of Berlin
  • LLM, Columbia Law School
  • First State Exam, Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg

Languages

  • German
  • English
  • French

Experience

STEAG, 2017

Advising STEAG GmbH on the sale of 49 percent of the shares in its wind farm portfolio in France to an infrastructure fund of Allianz Global Investors. STEAG remains majority shareholder with 51 percent and continues to be responsible for commercial and technical management.

STEAG, 2017

Advising STEAG GmbH on the sale of a 49 percent stake in STEAG Fernwärme GmbH to MEAG, the asset manager of Munich Re and ERGO, as well as on the signing of a shareholders agreement. With this partnership, STEAG wants to strengthen its district heating business.

Capgemini, 2017

Advising Capgemini on the acquisition of digital strategy and experience design consultancy Idean Enterprises, headquartered in Palo Alto with subsidiaries in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Helsinki and Berlin.

United Arab Shipping Company (UASC), 2016

Advising United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) on its merger with Hapag-Lloyd AG.

Vattenfall, 2016

Advising Vattenfall GmbH on the sale of a 74.9% stake in Lauta and a 100% stake in Ruedersdorf, the Germany-based waste to energy power plants, to STEAG. The waste incineration capacity of both plants together amounts to 475,000 tons per year.