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Britain's exit from the EU means that the benefits of the EU Arbitration Convention will no longer be available to tax treaty disputes between the UK the EU. The EU Arbitration Convention is considered...
Luxembourg
Arendt & Medernach
Arendt Case Review is a newsletter designed by Arendt Litigation Group to inform you about recent decisions of the Luxembourg and/or European courts.
ELVINGER HOSS PRUSSEN, société anonyme
This verdict validates a garnishment order which does not target the debtors themselves but which applies
ELVINGER HOSS PRUSSEN, société anonyme
The Bill of Law 7431 ("Bill") introduced by the Luxembourg government on 11 April 2019 implements the European Union ("EU") Directive 2017/1852 dated 17 October 2017 on tax dispute resolution mechanisms in the EU.
Arendt & Medernach
Arendt Case Review is a newsletter designed by Arendt Litigation Group to inform you about recent decisions of the Luxembourg and/or European courts
Arendt & Medernach
Luxembourg is a civil law country and has a codified legal system largely based on the French codes. The rules governing civil procedure are laid down in the New Code of Civil Procedure ...
Arendt & Medernach
Arendt Case Review is a newsletter designed by Arendt Litigation Group to inform you about recent decisions of the Luxembourg and/or European courts.
ATOZ Tax Advisers
On 7 June 2017, at the official signing ceremony, Luxembourg signed the Multilateral Instrument aiming to implement the tax treaty-related measures deriving from the OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Project.
ATOZ Tax Advisers
Getting in the mood of the season's celebrations, the Luxembourg authorities, as is their custom, have put few tax reforms under the Christmas tree.
ATOZ Tax Advisers
Spring started with the announcement of a new Luxembourg IP regime.
Arendt & Medernach
Arendt Case Review is a newsletter designed by Arendt Litigation Group to inform you about recent decisions of the Luxembourg and/or European courts.
KPMG Luxembourg
On 13 October 2017, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (the "CSSF") issued Circular 17/671 specifying CSSF Regulation 16-07 on out-of-court resolution of complaints (the "Circular 17/671").
Dentons
On 13 October 2017 the Luxembourg Financial Regulator (Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier – CSSF)...
KPMG Luxembourg
The EU Arbitration Convention is currently used, with great effect, to improve how treaty disputes are settled in the EU.
ELVINGER HOSS PRUSSEN, société anonyme
Until recently, the Luxembourg courts have adopted a transnational concept of arbitration: in view of its private nature.
Bonn Steichen & Partners
Upon request by the JURI Committee, this study investigates the law and practice of arbitration across the European Union and Switzerland.
Wildgen
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has two district courts ("Tribunal d’arrondissement"), one for the Diekirch district and one for the Luxembourg district.
Wildgen
Jackye Elombo and Florence Piret have contributed the Luxembourg chapter of the 3rd edition of Global Legal Insights - Litigation & Dispute Resolution handbook.
Wildgen
The provisions applicable to professionals are set out in Section 2 of CSSF Regulation N° 13-02 of 15th October 2013 relating to out-of-court resolution of complaints.
ELVINGER HOSS PRUSSEN, société anonyme
A client of the Luxembourg-based bank Banque Privée Edmond de Rothschild Europe introduced a claim against the bank and its affiliate, Société Compagnie Financière Edmond de Rothschild, having its registered office in Paris, in relation to significant losses in the value of its portfolio.
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