Our law firm

The Jakob law firm is located on Hopfengartenweg 6 in Nuremberg, Germany, and is led by Inés Jakob. The focus of our operations is in the field of national and international trade, commercial and transport law. 

Inés Jakob, lawyer

CV:

  • Attended the Johannes-Scharrer-Gymnasium in Nuremberg
  • 2000 to 2001: Attended a Japanese high school near Osaka as part of an AFS year abroad
  • 2004 to 2010: Studied at the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, with major modules in international and European law 
  • 2010 to 2012: Internship at the Nuremberg-Fuerth Higher Regional Court (OLG) in the professional field of international and European law
  • 2012 to date: Working in a commercial law firm and as an independent lawyer 
  • Successful participation in an attending a specialised legal course in international commercial law
  • Successful participation in an attending a specialised legal course in transportation and logistics law
  • March 2015: Founded Jakob law firm

 

Memberships:

  • German-Japanese Association of Jurists e.V. Hamburg (DJJV)
  • German-Japanese Business Association in Düsseldorf (DJW)
  • German-Japanese Association of Jurists e.V. Barcelona
  • German Federal Logistics Association Bundesvereinigung Logistik (BVL) e.V. in Bremen
  • German Association for distribution right in Nuremberg
  • Official Chamber of Commerce for Germany
  • German Chamber of Commerce for Spain
  • German-Peruvian Chamber of Industry and Commerce
  • German-Chilean Chamber of Industry and Commerce
  • German Lawyer’s Association (DAV) in Berlin

 

Language skills:

  • Spanish (spoken and written)
  • English (business fluent)
  • Japanese (good Japanese language skills, at least level 3 on the former Japanese Language Proficiency-Tests (JLPT))

 

Publications (authoress):

  • juris PraxisReport International Commercial Law, issue 6/2016 with the topic “Possibility of regress in case of consecutive vehicle haulage contractors”, comment on OLG Munich, decision from 21.07.2016, 23 U 3256/15.
  • juris PraxisReport International Commercial Law, issue 4/2016 with the topic “No road feeder service according to 18 article 4 sentence 2 of the Montreal Convention, if there is in principle the possibility of carriage by air”, comment on BGH, decision from 10.12.2015, I ZR 87/14.
  • juris PraxisReport International Commercial Law, issue 2/2016 with the topic “Nightly theft of computer equipment from a lorry parked at a service station”, comment on OLG Munich, decision from 28.10.2015, 7 U 4228/14.
  • juris PraxisReport International Commercial Law, issue 1/2016 with the topic “No effects on the main contract of carriage in case of termination of the sub-forwarder contract according to § 419 article 3 sentence 5 of the HGB”, comment on BGH, decision from 17.09.2015, I ZR 212/13.
  • juris PraxisReport International Commercial Law, issue 3/2015 with the topic “No unlimited liability for the carrier, if declarations of the value of the good were missing”, comment on OLG Stuttgart, decision from 25.02.2015, 3 U 143/14
  • juris PraxisReport International Commercial Law, issue 2/2015 with the topic “No unlimited liability for the carrier of stolen tobacco products, if there was no particular dangerous situation“, comment on LG Stuttgart, decision from 15.12.2014, 37 O 4/14 KfH