Allen & Overy S.C.S.

5 avenue J.F. Kennedy
L-1855 Luxembourg
URL: http://www.allenovery.com

Allen & Overy is an international legal practice working in 44 offices worldwide. Allen & Overy S.C.S. deals with all types of domestic and cross-border transactions, from local matters to pivotal international transactions. Our lawyers advise banks, asset managers, private equity houses, insurance and reinsurance companies, blue chip companies, Luxembourg based companies, governmental authorities and public entities, and we are the chosen legal partner for many organisations with international or European headquarters in Luxembourg. The combination of our international network and sound local knowledge enables us to provide our clients with a consistent and first rate service. That means giving them intelligent advice in banking, capital markets, competition, corporate, intellectual property, insurance law, investment and pension funds, labour law, real estate and tax. Beyond technical expertise, our clients appreciate our commercially astute approach and the way we find practical solutions to their problems, including access to pioneering know-how services. For contentious matters, our litigation lawyers represent clients before all Luxembourg courts, the Court of Justice of the European Union and the Benelux Court of Justice.

Legal employee count :


Function :

Legal Counsel

Main Practices :[ infos ]

I.P. | I.T.
Corporate | Commercial | Economic

Practices details :

Antitrust and EU - Employment and Benefits - Environment and Climate Change - Finance - Insurance - Intellectual Property - Litigation and Dispute Resolution - M&A and Corporate - Real Estate - Regulatory - Restructuring and Insolvency - Tax

Region :

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Recruiter :

Mrs. Claire Danda (Legal Recruitment Coordinator)
Tel: +352 44 44 55 1
Fax: +352 44 44 55 222

Manager :

Mr. Patrick Mischo (Office Senior Partner)
Tel: +352 44 44 55 1
Fax: +352 44 44 55 222

Press :

Ms. Alina Golovkova (Public Relations & Marketing Specialist)
Tel: +352 44 44 55 1
Fax: +352 44 44 55 222

No open vacancies

Change of governance at Allen & Overy in Luxembourg

Allen & Overy has appointed Patrick Mischo as Office Senior Partner to its Luxembourg office. 

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Allen & Overy promotes 14 lawyers, 9 of whom are women

Allen & Overy has announced the promotion of 14 lawyers within its Luxembourg office, including 9 women, effective 1 May 2020. 

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A&O Luxembourg launches its podcast channel

In the current context, where working from home is the norm for most people and social contacts are becoming increasingly rare, it is useful to look at new ways to continue communicating.

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Allen & Overy publie une nouvelle édition de son « Droit du travail au Luxembourg »

Le département Droit du travail d’Allen & Overy vient de publier une nouvelle édition de son livre "Droit du Travail au Luxembourg".

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5MLD - Creation of a Luxembourg central electronic data retrieval system concerning accounts and safe deposit boxes

In order to fully implement the so-called 5th anti-money laundering directive (5MLD)1, bill of law 7512 (the Bill)2 was introduced before the Luxembourg Parliament on 23 December 2019.

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New decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union on the expression of the annual percentage rate of charge in consumer credit agreements (Case C 290/19)

Following a request for a preliminary ruling from the Regional Court of Trnava, Slovakia in the context of proceedings between a consumer and a Slovakian bank regarding a consumer credit agreement, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) held, on 19 December 2019, that “Article 10(2)(g) of Directive 2008/48/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2008 on credit agreements for consumers

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Protection of whistleblowers: What are the employer’s obligations?

As the new directive on whistleblowers must be transposed at the latest by 17 December 2021, employers should start thinking about how to implement their future obligations.

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Second shareholder rights directive: impact on the Luxembourg banking sector

On 1 August 2019, the Luxembourg legislator amended the act of 24 May 2011 relating to the exercise of certain shareholder rights at general meetings of listed companies (the Act), thereby implementing the second shareholder rights directive (SRD II)1.

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