The European Union has adopted a series of financial restrictive measures against the persons and entities involved in actions threatening the integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine. Before providing you with the possible sanctions for non-compliance with these new measures, please find a summary of the financial restrictive measures in question.
Brucher Thieltgen & Partners exclusive contributor for Lexology’s Luxembourg Complex Commercial Litigation guide
Brucher Thieltgen & Partners is now the Luxembourg exclusive contributor for Lexology's Complex Commercial Litigation. Read our report below.
On 15th November, The Lawyer revealed the candidates for the European litigation team of the year award. The firm stood out and is shortlisted in this category. Brucher Thieltgen & Partners is competing alongside Irish, Italian and Portuguese law firms to obtain this recognition.
The thunder has been rumbling for some time, but now the administrative lightning has finally struck. The CNPD imposed a penalty of no less than 746 millions euros for Amazon. This is the first administrative sanction of such intensity in Luxembourg for a violation of the European General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"). The first one of a long series?