Our law firm

The Jakob law firm is located on Gleißhammerstraße 94 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 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