Langenbucher, Katja

Associate professor at Sciences Po
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Katja Langenbucher: studied law and philosophy at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Harvard Law School and Cambridge University. She holds a full professorship for Private Law, Corporate and Financial Law in Goethe-University's House of Finance. Katja Langenbucher was awarded the Alfred Grosser Chaire, Sciences Po, Paris in 2008/2009. She has been a permanent guest professor there for 2 years and has been an affiliated professor since 2011. She was a Research Fellow at LSE London in 2012/2013. Katja Langenbucher is referee for the Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung, a member of "Deutsche Aktieninstitut" and of "Arbeitskreis Wirtschaft und Recht im Stifterverband für die deutsche Wissenschaft".

Katja Langenbucher's research focuses on corporate and capital markets law and includes selected topics of European Legal Theory.

Spécialités / Fields of Expertise

  • Corporate law
  • Capital markets law

Publications

Her publications include:

  • Household finance and the law, a case study on economic transplants in Faia/Hackethal/Haliassos/Langenbucher (Eds.), Financial Regulation: A Transatlantic Perspective, forthcoming 2015, Cambridge University Press 
  • (No) market for corporate governance? Related party transactions and shareholder approval rights, Liber Amicorum Müller-Graff, forthcoming 2015 
  • Private enforcement of investor protection – is private law up for the challenge? A glance at the United Kingdom (with K. Kaprinis) in: Festschrift zum 100-jährigen Jubiläum der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Fachbereich Rechtswissenschaft, Frankfurt am Main 2014, p. 483 
  • Insider Trading, An exercise in (economic and legal) transplants, Revue Trimestrielle de Droit Financier No 4 2013/ No 1 2014, p. 35 
  • Insider Trading in European Law, in: Bainbridge (Ed.), Research Handbook on Insider Trading, 2013, p. 429 
  • The "use or possession"-debate revisited – Spector Photo Group and insider trading in Europe, Oxford Capital Markets Law Journal 2010 (october 2010) p. 452 • Legal commentary in: Lutter/Schmidt, Aktiengesetz, (Law of the German stock corporation – commentary on governance of corporate groups), 3. edition Köln 2015 
  • Aktien- und Kapitalmarktrecht (Corporate and capital markets law), Juristische Kurzlehrbücher, 3 edition Beck Juristischer Verlag, München, 2015 
  • Langenbucher (Hrsg.), Europarechtliche Bezüge des Privatrechts, (European Private Law) 3. edition Baden-Baden 2013
  • Bankaktienrecht unter Unsicherheit (Corporate law of banks under conditions of uncertainty/in financial crisis), ZGR 2010, p. 75
  • The "use or possession"-debate revisited – Spector Photo Group and insider trading in Europe, Oxford Capital Markets Law Journal 2010 (october 2010)
  • Kausalitätsbeziehungen bei der Einschaltung von Finanzintermediären, Zur Haftung für fehlerhafte Kapitalmarktinformation, (Causality issues in liability for dissemination of inaccurate information in capital markets), Liber Amicorum Karsten Schmidt, 2009, p. 1053
  • Legal commentary in: Lutter/Schmidt, Aktiengesetz, (Law of the German stock corporation – commentary on governance of corporate groups), 1. edition Köln 2008, 2. edition Köln 2010
  • Aktien- und Kapitalmarktrecht (Corporate and capital markets law), Juristische Kurzlehrbücher, Beck Juristischer Verlag, München, 2008
  • The DCFR: Agency Authority and Its Scope – A Glance at Corporation Law, ERCL 2008, p. 375
  • Langenbucher (Hrsg.), Europarechtliche Bezüge des Privatrechts, (European Private Law)1. edition Baden-Baden 2005, 2. edition Baden-Baden 2008
  • Argument by Analogy in European Law, The Cambridge Law Journal 1998, p. 481