Dr. Clemens Just
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Dr. Clemens Just advises clients on all aspects of corporate law and mergers and acquisitions transactions. Clemens has extensive experience acting for financial and strategic investors and on private and public takeovers. His experience includes corporate restructurings and insolvency law issues. Clemens also lectures regularly on these topics, including at the Frankfurt School of Finance and University Mainz. Read Clemens Just's full bio.
Potential Cost Savers in German M&A Transactions – Practical Experience with Notary’s Fees
By Dr. Clemens Just on Mar 10, 2015
Posted In Mergers & Acquisitions, Uncategorized
International investors with corporate transactions in Germany are often surprised to learn that significant costs can be incurred by a German notary as part of a normal corporate transaction. The involvement of a German notary is in many cases required by law, and the corresponding costs for such notary are set by the German federal...
Cross-Border Conversion of a Company in the European Union
By Anna Steudner and Dr. Clemens Just on Jul 7, 2014
Posted In Mergers & Acquisitions, Restructuring & Insolvency, Uncategorized
Traditionally, a cross-border “migration” of a company from one European Union (EU) Member State to another EU Member State, while technically possible, has been cumbersome and costly. Such a migration would involve either a wholesale move of the subject company’s business seat (i.e., the location of its chief executive office) or a cross-border merger of...
Persons Deemed Managing Directors in Fact in Germany Have Fiduciary Duties Under German Law
By Dr. Clemens Just on May 7, 2013
Posted In Corporate, Uncategorized
Corporate Deal Source is pleased to present the first of many blog posts with an international flavor. Today’s post discusses a German Supreme Court decision that recently altered the fiduciary duty landscape for a GmbH (i.e., a German limited liability company). Dr. Clemens Just summarizes briefly below how the German Supreme Court came to the...