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Extension of measures concerning the holding of meetings in companies and extended period for the approval and filing of annual accounts

Extension of measures concerning the holding of meetings in companies and extended period for the approval and filing of annual accounts
30/06/2020

Extension of the effects of the Grand Ducal Regulation of 20 March 2020 regarding the means used to hold general meetings and other meetings of companies' corporate bodies. Extended period for the approval and filing of the annual accounts.

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Luxembourg law extending measures relating to the holding of meetings of companies and other legal entities adopted

Luxembourg law extending measures relating to the holding of meetings of companies and other legal entities adopted
26/06/2020

On 25 June 2020, the law extending crisis measures relating to the holding of meetings of companies and other legal entities after the end of the state of crisis was published in the Luxembourg official gazette (Memorial A) and therefore entered into force as from this date.

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Special serie COVID-19 - n°9 Covid-19 - A comeback of earn-outs in M&A deals?

Special serie COVID-19 - n°9 Covid-19 - A comeback of earn-outs in M&A deals?
19/05/2020

In the context of the COVID-19 outbreak, most companies are currently facing unprecedented legal issues within their organisations. As a result, they have to adapt significantly their way of working to go through this unique time in the best possible and efficient manner. 

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Approval of annual accounts during state of emergency

Approval of annual accounts during state of emergency
18/05/2020

The aim of the law is to extend the filing and publication deadlines for annual accounts, consolidated accounts and related reports as well as the holding of annual general meetings, in order to avoid exposing company managers and directors to liability and sanctions that are disproportionate given the exceptional circumstances

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Special serie COVID-19 - n°8 How to deal with corporate law issues?

Special serie COVID-19 - n°8 How to deal with corporate law issues?
14/05/2020

In the context of the COVID-19 outbreak, most companies are currently facing unprecedented legal issues within their organisations. As a result, they have to adapt significantly their way of working to go through this unique time in the best possible and efficient manner

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Special serie COVID-19 - n°7 How is the COVID-19 crisis likely to impact the negotiation of M&A transactions in the future?

Special serie COVID-19 - n°7 How is the COVID-19 crisis likely to impact the negotiation of M&A transactions in the future?
05/05/2020

In the context of the COVID-19 outbreak, most companies are currently facing unprecedented legal issues within their organisations. As a result, they have to adapt significantly their way of working to go through this unique time in the best possible and efficient manner. 

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COVID-19: impact on M&A (Luxembourg)

COVID-19: impact on M&A (Luxembourg)
17/04/2020

Round up of the Luxembourg contractual remedies available to business to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus spread.

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Can directors still receive bonus payouts during the COVID-19 crisis?

Can directors still receive bonus payouts during the COVID-19 crisis?
01/04/2020

Remuneration of board members in a Luxembourg corporate entity is usually subject to approval by and/or reporting to the general meeting of shareholder. 

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COVID-19: Impact on Corporate Governance for the Luxembourg Companies

COVID-19: Impact on Corporate Governance for the Luxembourg Companies
01/04/2020

In light of the Covid 19 crisis in order to allow Luxembourg companies to function normally and hold their meetings without physical presence to prevent the spreading of the virus at such meetings while avoiding any breach of the provision

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COVID-19: Luxembourg Exceptional Measures on Holding Company Meetings and Filing Annual Accounts

COVID-19: Luxembourg Exceptional Measures on Holding Company Meetings and Filing Annual Accounts
30/03/2020

On 18 March 2020, Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel and the Luxembourg Government declared a state of emergency to swiftly enact a series of measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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