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Mr. Mario Di Stefano
Mr. Quentin Martin

To pay or not to pay ? That is the Question
23/02/2021

COVID 19 : la jurisprudence luxembourgeoise s’est prononcée sur l’obligation de paiement du loyer par le preneur d’un bail commercial

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Mr. Antoine Laniez
Mrs. Florence Remouchamps
Mrs. Lola Decker

Covid-19 and Commercial Lease Payments: Time for a Discount?
02/02/2021

As the world continues to battle the Covid-19 pandemic, small businesses are struggling to survive, affected by successive lockdowns. Despite significant government support, many are finding it hard to cover their fixed costs, including rent. 

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Mr. Eric Fort
Mr. Alain Goebel

OECD releases helpful new guidance on transfer pricing during the pandemic
29/12/2020

On 18 December 2020, the OECD published its much-anticipated “Guidance on the Transfer Pricing Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic”.

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Mr. Michel Bulach

CSSF Carried Out a COVID-19 Thematic Review of Issuers’ Reporting
27/11/2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit Luxembourg as other European countries since the beginning of the year 2020 and has adversely affected a number of issuers under CSSF's supervision.

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Comprendre le nouveau régime de télétravail

Comprendre le nouveau régime de télétravail
19/11/2020

Depuis le début de la crise de Covid-19, le télétravail est devenu la règle pour un grand nombre de travailleurs. Il était donc devenu urgent d’en moderniser le cadre légal.

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Mrs. Muriel Piquard

Les mesures sociales en droit du travail parues depuis le début de la crise COVID-19
06/11/2020

L'émergence sanitaire du COVID-19 exige une attention particulière de la part des employeurs et des responsables des ressources humaines des entreprises, face à des défis quotidiens tels que le contrôle du respect des obligations de garantie de la sécurité et de la santé des salariés, le suivi de l’intense activité 

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Mr. Jeremie Schaeffer
Mrs. Samantha Schmitz

COVID-19: Luxembourg extends the possibility to hold company meetings remotely until 30 June 2021
04/11/2020

Since the Covid-19 pandemic continues to impact the good governance of legal entities, the Luxembourg Government decided to extend the possibility for companies and other legal entities to hold their corporate body meetings remotely until 30 June 2021.

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Mrs. Margaretha (Greet) Wilkenhuysen

COVID-19 - Virtual shareholder and board meetings allowed until 31 December 2020
25/09/2020

Virtual shareholder and board meetings allowed until 31 December 2020

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Mr. Jeremie Schaeffer
Mrs. Marie Bentley
Mr. Olivier R. Hoor

COVID-19: The possibility to hold general meetings and other meetings of corporate bodies of entities remotely extended until 31 December 2020
23/09/2020

On 22 September 2020, the draft law n°7673 providing measures concerning the holding of meetings of companies and other legal entities was voted by the Luxembourg Parliament (the “Law n°7673”).

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Episode 11 - COVID-19 Webcast - Where Are We Now? Legal & Regulatory Update

Episode 11 - COVID-19 Webcast - Where Are We Now? Legal & Regulatory Update
23/07/2020

This is the 11th episode of our COVID-19 webcast series. In this new episode, Mark Shaw gives a quick run-down of where we are in terms of financial services regulation, corporate law and tax. A look back over the various responses to the COVID-19 pandemic to see which are still applicable while we are in this period between the initial wave and our ultimate return to normality.

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