German law is often deemed rigid. In particular, company law is perceived to be inflexible.
A good lawyer masters the art of using legal requirements and scope for developments as a basis for creative solutions. She keeps an eye on the objectives and requirements of her clients ensuring flexible creations within the given framework.
I am always open for individual, flexible solutions. After all, legal advice at the highest level does not consist of standard models.
Jenny Huberuts read law at the University of the Saarland, concentrating on German and International Commerical Law.
While completing her legal training and after her admission to the bar Jenny Huberuts worked at a law firm in Saarbrücken specialist in ÍP and IT law. Jenny Hubertus concentrated on the legal effects of "Web 2.0" and other legal questions concerning the internet.
Subsequently, Jenny Hubertus worked in an internationally active economic office, the interface between classic company law (Founding consultation, business start-ups and -transactions) and further company advice (E-Commerce, data protection and social media).
Jenny Huberuts practises as a lawywer since 2009. She joined Bartsch Rechtsanwälte in 2014.
In addition to her legal wirk, Jenny Hubertus is as a speaker in the area of internet law and social media for several events activ.
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Areas of Specialization
- IT law
- Commercial and corporate law
- Intellectual property protection and copyright law
Read law at the Universities of the Saarland
Legal trainee in Saarbrücken