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Brucher Thieltgen & Partners announces the appointment of Anne-Marie Ka as Partner

2023-04-04T08:01:16+02:00April 4th, 2023|

After the appointment of four Counsels last year, the firm continues its development in a constant logic of collaborators' internal development. Nicolas Thieltgen, Marie Bena and Nicolas Bernardy have co-opted their long-time collaborator Anne-Marie Ka as Partner.

EU sanctions’ effects against Russia on the banking sector in Luxembourg

2022-03-09T14:26:36+01:00March 9th, 2022|

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

2021-12-23T09:17:48+01:00December 23rd, 2021|

Brucher Thieltgen & Partners is now the Luxembourg exclusive contributor for Lexology's Complex Commercial Litigation. Read our report below.

Brucher Thieltgen & Partners shortlisted for the European litigation team of the year award.

2021-11-19T14:21:43+01:00November 19th, 2021|

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.

First major administrative sanction on data protection in Luxembourg

2023-04-17T16:37:23+02:00June 14th, 2021|

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?

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