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Elvinger Hoss Prussen



Adresse:
2, Place Winston Churchill
L-1340 Luxembourg
Luxembourg
URL: http://www.elvingerhoss.lu

Independent in structure and spirit, Elvinger Hoss Prussen guides clients on their most critical Luxembourg legal matters.
Our firm was founded in 1964 by lawyers committed to excellence and creativity in legal practice. Since then, we have shaped a firm fit for one purpose; to deliver the best possible advice for businesses, institutions and entrepreneurs.
Delivering this responsive service, to an exceptional degree of precision, means working a little differently. Our partners are uncommonly supportive of clients and of each other; we form cross-border arrangements with peers based on the demands of each case; and our colleagues are unusually united around our values.
We are proud to play a unique role in the development of Luxembourg as a financial centre. And we welcome like minds to open opportunities for the future.

Nombre de juristes ou avocats :

180


Fonction :

Lawyer
Support


Matières principales pratiquées par les juristes :[ infos ]


Civil
Tax
Litigation
Public
Corporate | Commercial | Economic
Social | Work
Other


Matières pratiquées :

- Corporate,general commercial, banking, finance, securities and financial markets (COBAFI) (including mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, tax and other areas of law); - Investment funds and other investment vehicles (including specific related tax and compliance issues); - Litigation (including arbitration, administrative law, property law, construction and labour law).


Region :

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Other



Recruteur :

Mrs. Delphine Posson (Talent Acquisition Manager)
Fax: 352 44 22 55
careers@elvingerhoss.lu

Manager :

Mrs. Manou Hoss (Partner)
Fax: 352 44 22 55
manouhoss@elvingerhoss.lu

Presse :

Mr. Cédric Delahaye (Marketing & Communication Manager)
Tel: +3524466445026
Fax: 352 44 22 55
cedricdelahaye@elvingerhoss.lu

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Silicon Valley-based Founder Institute launched newest Chapter at Elvinger Hoss Prussen in Luxembourg with 35 Founders
13/02/2019

The Founder Institute (www.fi.co/s/luxembourg), the world’s premier idea-stage accelerator and startup launch program, announced today that it officially launched its newest chapter in Luxembourg together with Elvinger Hoss Prussen and other partners.

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4 Nouveaux Counsels chez Elvinger Hoss
02/07/2018

Les associés d’Elvinger Hoss Prussen ont le plaisir d’annoncer la promotion d’Anne-Laure MollardLaetitia ServaisCéline Wilmet et Thomas Göricke

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Ouverture d’Elvinger New York
12/06/2018

Les associés d’Elvinger Hoss ont le plaisir d’annoncer l’ouverture d’Elvinger New York, suivant leurs clients dans leur expansion sur les marchés américain et européen.

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Gary Cywie rejoint Elvinger Hoss Prussen
26/02/2018

Les associe?s d’Elvinger Hoss Prussen ont le plaisir d’annoncer la nomination de Gary Cywie au titre de Counsel a? partir du 26 fe?vrier 2018.

 

 

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Consequences of a no-deal Brexit on personal data transfers to the UK
31/01/2019

On 15 January 2019, the House of Commons of the United Kingdom voted against the Withdrawal Agreement negotiated between the UK government and the European Union in the context of Brexit.

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Luxembourg Law on register of beneficial owners
22/01/2019

The 4th EU AML Directive [1], as amended by the 5th EU AML Directive [2], requires each Member State of the EU inter alia to establish registers of beneficial owners (“RBO”) in respect of corporate and other legal entities incorporated within its territory.

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Loi du 14 septembre 2018 relative à une administration transparente et ouverte : Nouvelles règles d'accès aux documents administratifs
19/01/2019

La loi du 14 septembre 2018 relative à une administration transparente et ouverte (ci-après « la Loi »), est entrée en vigueur le 1er janvier 2019.
L’accès aux documents détenus par l’administration est un enjeu institutionnel

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Regulation (EU) 2018/302 on geo-blocking now applicable
31/12/2018

“Geo-blocking” designates the problem of customers not being able to buy goods and services from traders located in a different European Union (“EU”) Member State for reasons related to their nationality,

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