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Luxembourg Lower Court Delivers Judgment on the Scope of Hidden Dividend Distributions

Luxembourg Lower Court Delivers Judgment on the Scope of Hidden Dividend Distributions
21/10/2020

In its judgment handed down on 25 September 2020, the Lower Administrative Court (Tribunal Administratif) considered the scope of hidden dividend distributions under Luxembourg law.

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New Luxembourg Draft Law Transposing CRD V and BRRD II

New Luxembourg Draft Law Transposing CRD V and BRRD II
20/10/2020

The purpose of the draft law 7638, submitted to the Luxembourg Parliament (Chambre des Députés) on 27 July 2020 (the “Draft Law”) is to transpose into Luxembourg law

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The draft Budget Law for the year 2021 is released!

The draft Budget Law for the year 2021 is released!
19/10/2020

On 14 October 2020, Luxembourg's Minister of Finance, Pierre Gramegna, tabled before the Parliament the draft budget law for the year 2021 (the “Draft Budget Law”).

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Mr. Eric Fort
Mr. Alain Goebel
Mr. Thierry Lesage
Mr. Jan Neugebauer

Budget 2021: various tax measures to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and support a sustainable recovery
16/10/2020

ON 14 OCTOBER 2020, THE LUXEMBOURG GOVERNMENT FILED BUDGET BILL 7666 WITH THE LUXEMBOURG PARLIAMENT

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Mrs. Samantha Schmitz
Mrs. Marie Bentley
Mr. Keith O'Donnell
Mr. Jamal Afakir

2021 Budget – Tax measures
15/10/2020

On 14 October 2020, the 2021 budget draft law was presented to Parliament. The Government decided that the time was not right to increase taxes and/or perform a big tax reform and decided to postpone the introduction of some expected tax measures

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Mr. Vincent Wellens

The Court of Justice of the EU clarifies the assessment of position marks for services
15/10/2020

The Court of Justice of the EU recently clarified the criteria to take into account when assessing the distinctive character of a position mark applied for in respect of services, in this case passenger transport services (CJEU Östgötatrafiken judgment, Case C-456/19).

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OECD releases updated Pillar Two proposal for global minimum effective taxation

OECD releases updated Pillar Two proposal for global minimum effective taxation
14/10/2020

On 12 October 2020, the OECD released for public consultation updated reports on its two-pillar proposal to address the tax challenges of the digitalisation of the economy.

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OECD releases updated Pillar One blueprint on new taxing right for market jurisdictions

OECD releases updated Pillar One blueprint on new taxing right for market jurisdictions
13/10/2020

On 12 October 2020, the OECD released for public consultation updated reports on its two-pillar proposal to address the tax challenges of the digitalisation of the economy.

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Mr. François Kremer
Mr. Ariel Devillers

Beneficial owner information: CJEU asked for preliminary ruling affecting justifications to temporarily restrict public access
12/10/2020

IN A PENDING CASE AGAINST LUXEMBURG BUSINESS REGISTERS, THE LUXEMBOURG DISTRICT COURT SUBMITTED A REFERRAL TO THE COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION (CJEU) REQUESTING A PRELIMINARY RULING

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Advocate General’s Opinion in “State of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg v B” (joined cases C-245/19 and C-246/19)

Advocate General’s Opinion in “State of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg v B” (joined cases C-245/19 and C-246/19)
12/10/2020

In October 2016, the Spanish tax authorities sent an initial request for information to the Luxembourg tax authorities concerning an artist residing in Spain (“Taxpayer”) based on the Luxembourg-Spain double tax treaty1  and the Directive on administrative cooperation in the field of taxation2.

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