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Luther



Adresse:
Aerogolf Center, 1B, Heienhaff
L-1736 Senningerberg
GRAND DUCHE DE LUXEMBOURG
URL: http://www.luther-lawfirm.lu

We think and advise from a business perspective. We are aware of the importance of efficient resource management and the significance of planning that is viable and far-sighted. We also always bear in mind the business and financial implications of our advice. This applies to both litigious and structuring advice. Our main focus is our client. We identify with our clients' interests and objectives. Working intensively with our clients and understanding their needs are the common red thread of our advice. We ensure that from the beginning to the end we never lose sight of that thread. Added value through integrated solutions. Our clients appreciate interdisciplinary advice. If required, we can supplement our legal services with external tax experts, business consultants, accountants and investment bankers. Specialisation and variety. We have expertise in all the areas that are important for small to medium-size businesses, major corporations and the public sector. Our size allows us to focus on specific areas and industries. Our Practice Areas are divided into Service Lines, therefore, our clients can also rely on our teams to deal with interdisciplinary matters. Our advice extends beyond borders. We are a part of an independent German partnership of lawyers and tax advisors with 11 offices in Germany. We are one of the 6 foreign offices in the relevant European and Asian markets, which offer cross-border advice and project management. In addition, we are exceptionally well networked internationally through our membership in the worldwide tax organisation Taxand.

Nombre de membres du personnel :

8


Nombre de juristes ou avocats :

24


Matières principales pratiquées par les juristes :[ infos ]


Civil
Tax
Public
I.P. | I.T.
Corporate | Commercial | Economic
Other


Matières pratiquées :

  • Investment Funds
  • Corporate/M&A
  • Banking, Finance & Capital Markets


Region :

Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg



Recruteur :

Pas de contact

Manager :

Mr. Eric Sublon (Partner)
Tel: +352 27484 1
Fax: +352 27484 690
eric.sublon@luther-lawfirm.com

Presse :

Pas de contact

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Luther advises on offer to take Altice Europe private in EUR 2.5bn buyout
15/09/2020

Luther S.A. advised Next Alt S.à.r.l, a company wholly owned by Patrick Drahi, the founder and majority shareholder of Altice Europe, a leading European cable, telecommunications and entertainment company,

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Daniel Krauspenhaar joins Luther in Luxembourg as Investment Funds Counsel
06/05/2020

Daniel Krauspenhaar has joined Luther in Luxembourg as Investment Funds Counsel. 

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Luther advises BidFair on its $3.7bn acquisition of Sotheby’s
11/10/2019

Luther Luxembourg advised BidFair, a company wholly owned by the media and telecom entrepreneur Patrick Drahi, on its $3.7bn acquisition of international auction house Sotheby’s. 

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Marie Romero joins Luther’s Dispute Resolution practice
11/06/2019

Marie Romero joined Luther in Luxembourg as Dispute Resolution Senior Associate 

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Luxembourg adopts law on professional payment guarantees: enhanced contractual freedom and certainty
17/07/2020

The legal framework for accessory guarantees (cautionnements) and autonomous guarantees (garanties autonomes) was a source of legal uncertainty given that, based on how the guarantee was written

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Luxembourg Adopts Law on the Establishment of a Fiduciaries and Trusts Register
16/07/2020

On 1 July 2020 the Luxembourg Parliament adopted the much anticipated Bill of Law n°7216B (the “Law”) that repeals the existing law on the information of beneficial owners of trusts and fiduciary agreements by transposing in its entirety article 31 of the EU Directive 2015/849

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Covid-19: Doing Business As Usual in a Paperless World – Legal Considerations on Digitally Compliant Documents
08/04/2020

The distancing measures imposed to address the spread of Covid-19 are not only affecting our social relations but are also disrupting the way we are used to doing business. For instance, given that physical meetings can no longer be held to execute transaction documents, electronic signatures are widely being used instead.

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Covid-19 Impact on Luxembourg Contractual Obligations
07/04/2020

In this unprecedented health crisis, many economic actors are facing the impossibility of fulfilling their contractual obligations or do not wish to honour them because they are no longer commercially viable.

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