Dr Jack Schiffer
Lawyer, Tax Advisor
- T +49 89 35065-1311
- F +49 89 35065-2130
CompetencesAutomotive & Mobility Corporate Information Technology & Telecommunication Law Information Technology, Telecommunication Italian Desk Mergers & Acquisitions Private Equity
LanguagesDeutsch English French Italian
Dr Jack Schiffer
Dr Jack Schiffer is Of Counsel at BEITEN BURKHARDT's Munich office and member of the Corporate / M&A practice group. His area of activity comprises mergers & acquisitions, company, transformation and group law, management of annual general meetings, as well as private equity and alternative investments. He particularly advises his national and international clients on cross-border transactions, company law restructurings and corporate litigation. Focus industries are automotive supply and IT.
Dr Jack Schiffer studied law at the Universities of Munich and Paris and was admitted to the German Bar in 1975. In 1976, he was awarded a Dr. jur. degree from the Freie Universität Berlin. Since 1979, he also qualifies as tax advisor. Since 1990 he has been working as Partner and since 2013 as Of Counsel with BEITEN BURKHARDT.
- Advisory Board rtg electronics GmbH, Dortmund
Publications / Lectures
Company Law Commentary
published by Armin Schwerdtfeger, 3rd edition 2015 (co-author Insa Cornelia Müller);
M&A due diligence and contractual non-disclosure agreement
in: Betriebs-Berater 2012, p. 847 (co-author Hannah Bruß);
Standard terms control of M&A agreements?
in: Betriebs Berater 2011, p. 1283 (co-author Mario Weichel);
Implementation of Macrotron judgement: valuation litigation after regular delisting
in: Betriebs-Berater 2005, p. 453 (co-author Dr Axel Goetz);
Impact of squeeze-out on pending valuation litigation
in: Der Betrieb 2002, p. 1359 (co-author Daniela Roßmeier);
Delisting: Requirements for discretionary decision of registration authority
in: Der Betrieb 2002, p. 1991 (co-author Wolfgang G. Renner);
Authorisation of management board for major restructuring measures
in: Der Betrieb 2001, p. 751 (co-author Dr. Philip Martinius);
Comments on revocation of stock exchange admission (delisting)
in: Der Betrieb 1999, p. 2458 (coauthor Dr. Philip Martinius).
„Manager remuneration - what is the value of a manager?“ (Business Talk Munich, 2010);
„The legal framework for fairness opinions in international comparison“ (Deutsches Aktieninstitut, 2007).
BEITEN BURKHARDT Advises GUS Holding GmbH on two Transactions
BEITEN BURKHARDT Advises dormakaba Group on Bond Issue of CHF 680 Million
BEITEN BURKHARDT berät Elvaston beim Erwerb einer Mehrheitsbeteiligung an der MHP-Gruppe, Neustadt
BEITEN BURKHARDT Advises Elvaston on Acquisition of GUS Group, Cologne