This evening, at the "Trophées du Droit" in Paris, Brucher Thieltgen & Partners was awarded a special mention for its activity as a Luxembourg law firm. A well-deserved international recognition for the work of a team totally dedicated to the defence of its clients' interests. Thanks to all of you !
Business and financial crimes in Luxembourg : Do not miss the high level overview by Marie Bena and François Carmon !
Marie Bena, Head of our Financial and Business Crime Department, and François Carmon, associate and member of the Financial and Business Crime Department, have contributed to the famous Thomson Reuters Practical Law Guide by publishing two overviews related to financial crime and business crime in Luxembourg.
A full team of experts of Brucher Thieltgen & Partners (Me Marie Bena, Me Anne-Marie Ka) will hold a conference about "What's new in labour law" on Friday, the 17th of January, 2020 at the HR LUX Trade Fair at the European Convention Center Luxembourg.
Nicolas Bernardy, Head of our Commercial and Corporate Team and Leader of our Restructuring and Reorganization Task Force, has been appointed as appointed as Chief Editor of the legal journal "Jurisnews – Insolvency proceedings" published by Larcier.
A full team of experts of Brucher Thieltgen & Partners (Me Marie Bena, Me Anne-Marie Ka, Me Catherine Wagener, Me Elodie Rousseau and Me François Carmon) will hold a conference about "Well-being at work: legal aspects" on Friday, the 25th of January, 2019 at the HR LUX Trade Fair at the European Convention Center Luxembourg .
What is the importance of the judgment? Pursuant to the European Directive on administrative cooperation in the field of taxation (2011/16/EU), Member States must cooperate with each other with a view to exchanging information relevant for tax purposes.
Marie Bena, as member of A.L.D.E., the Luxembourg Association of Environmental Law, supports the association with ongoing lecturing on the different matters that constitute the environmental legal framework. A.L.D.E. is also a member of the European Environmental law Association and of the World Conservation Union.
A new law on intellectual property taxation has been submitted to the Chamber of Deputies on 4 August 2017. The main purpose of this new “IP box” regime is to achieve two goals: on the one hand, maintain a competitive tax environment in Luxembourg, and on the other hand, respect international standards aiming at fighting harmful tax practices.