Bonn Steichen & Partners

2, Rue Peternelchen Immeuble C2
L-2370 Howald
URL: http://www.bsp.lu

Bonn Steichen & Partners is a full service Luxembourg law firm committed to providing the highest quality legal services. With in excess of 50 professionals we offer a wealth of knowledge and experience in all aspects of Luxembourg law. We represent a wide range of clients in matters that cross many areas of law. Considering the fast moving world in which we live and the hostile business environment our clients may face, our experience grows continuously with the needs of our clients and our lawyers are required to remain attentive in order to constantly adapt themselves to new laws and regulations, situations and challenges. We created an environment where collegiality, trust and respect are the guiding principles under which we work today, allowing us to aim for legal excellence while cultivating the finest legal talent in our firm. Our culture of excellence relies on our lawyers at all levels of seniority to collectively deliver tailor-made client work product. Outstanding work is the standard we set for everyone and we have created an environment where everyone is motivated to deliver such standard, while sharing knowledge, experience and time. We focus on achievements and favour team working so that our lawyers support one another to achieve a common goal: creating value for the client.

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Main Practices :[ infos ]

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

Region :

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Recruiter :

Ms. Séverine Maucourt (Human Ressources)
Tel: +352 26 02 5-1
Fax: +352 26025-999

Manager :

Mr. Alain Steichen (Managing Partner)
Tel: +352 26 02 5-1
Fax: +352 26 02 5-999

Press :

Mrs. Sara Gentile (Marketing & Communication)
Tel: +352 26 02 5-1
Fax: +352 26 02 5-999

No open vacancies

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