Arendt

Arendt & Medernach is the leading independent business law firm in Luxembourg with over 800 professionals. The firm’s international team of more than 450 legal experts represents Luxembourg and foreign clients in all areas of Luxembourg business law from its main office in Luxembourg and representative offices in Frankfurt, Hong Kong, London, New York, and Paris.

Our service to clients is differentiated by the end-to-end specialist advice we offer, covering all legal, regulatory, taxation, and advisory aspects of doing business in Luxembourg.  

Our firm advises international and domestic clients in all areas of business law relevant to their business activities, ranging from fund formation, banking, insurance, private equity, and real estate to corporate and tax matters.

Within Arendt, we uphold high standards. Our professionals work with clients on engaging projects, empowered from the start. With a strong local presence in Luxembourg and international reach, we support and train our team members to thrive in a culture of excellence. Specialised teams ensure the right skills are available, allowing for a focus on added value. Our leaders are approachable, providing support and mentoring. 

We offer a vibrant social life with numerous events, embracing sports and art, our culture encourages openness and discovery beyond the professional realm. With over 50 nationalities represented, Arendt is committed to the well-being of its staff, serving the best interests of its clients, protecting the environment, and supporting education.  

FONDÉ

1988

RÉGION
  • Luxembourg (pays)
PRINCIPALES ACTIVITÉS
  • Droit commercial et contrats
  • Droit des sociétés
  • Droit civil
  • Droit fiscal
  • Droit public et administratif
  • Droit de l'immobilier
  • Litiges et arbitrage/médiation
  • Droit financier et bancaire
  • Propriété intéllectuelle
  • Régulation financière
  • Fonds d'investissement
  • Employee benefits & pensions
  • Technologie, média et télécommunications
  • Droit pénal
  • Droit européen
  • M&A / Private equity
  • Droit de la concurrence
  • Droit du travail et sécurité sociale
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