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CLC Connect: La délicate problématique du licenciement des salariés en incapacité de travail
Posted on 19 June 2019 in News > Employment, Pensions & Immigration

Tout employeur est confronté au cours de la relation de travail à la problématique de l’absence de ses salariés pour cause de maladie. Un salarié absent pour cause de maladie  qui a rempli ses obligations légales en matière d’information de son employeur est protégé contre le licenciement, que ce soit avec préavis ou avec effet […]

MOLITOR further strengthens its practice with the arrival of Lena Albrecht to its German Desk
Posted on 24 May 2019 in Molitor firm news > Corporate & M&A > German Desk

Lena Albrecht, a German National aged 36, joins MOLITOR as Associate and she will contribute to strengthening the firm’s German Desk. She is a qualified German Lawyer (Rechtsanwältin) admitted to the Berlin Bar and the Luxembourg Bar (list IV).

The Dispute Resolution Review – 11th edition
Posted on 15 April 2019 in Publications

MOLITOR has contributed the Luxembourg chapter of LBR’s The Dispute Resolution Review 2019. This 11th edition provides an overview of the civil court systems of 36 jurisdictions including Luxembourg.

The Legal 500 EMEA, 2019 ranks MOLITOR across its practices
Posted on 11 April 2019 in Molitor firm news > Banking & Finance > Corporate & M&A > Employment, Pensions & Immigration > Insurance > IP, IT & Media > Litigation & Dispute Resolution > Real Estate, Zoning & Environment

MOLITOR has been recognised in the rankings for its work in 7 practices and The Legal 500 also praises a number of MOLITOR’s partners and lawyers for their specialist expertise.

Chambers Global 2019 listed MOLITOR in Corporate & M&A
Posted on 19 February 2019 in Molitor firm news > Corporate & M&A

Chambers Global 2019, ranked MOLITOR for their expertise in Corporate & M&A and Chan Park has been listed as leading individual, especially for deals relating to South Korea Sources appreciate his efficiency and quick thinking , one saying: “I always felt he would respond to our needs. He faced every difficulty that came up during […]

Deriving from EU Directive 2015/849, as amended by EU Directive 2018/843, Luxembourg has implemented a new law concerning the creation of a register of beneficial owners and a new disclosure obligation notably for most commercial companies. Any entity falling within the scope of this new law will have until 1 September 2019 to comply with […]

Social elections on 12 March 2019: do they concern you?
Posted on 16 January 2019 in News > Employment, Pensions & Immigration

The date of the social elections has been set for 12 March 2019 by ministerial decree of 3 December 2018[1]. As the posting of the notice of election within the company has to be done by 12 February 2019 at the latest, it is important to recall the principle governing the obligation to organize these […]

Sind Sie von den Sozialwahlen am 12. März 2019 betroffen?
Posted on 16 January 2019 in News > Employment, Pensions & Immigration

Durch Ministerialerlass vom 3. Dezember 2018[1] wurden die Sozialwahlen auf den 12. März 2019 fixiert. Jeder Betrieb, der zur Durchführung von Sozialwahlen verpflichtet ist, muss bis spätestens 12. Februar 2019 die Wahlmitteilung zur Information der Beschäftigten aushängen. Die Verpflichtung Personalvertreter wählen zu lassen besteht für jedes Unternehmen, das zwischen dem 1. Februar 2018 und dem […]

Elections sociales du 12 mars 2019 : Êtes-vous concernés?
Posted on 9 January 2019 in News > Employment, Pensions & Immigration

Par arrêté ministériel du 3 décembre 2018[1] la date des élections sociales a été fixée au 12 mars 2019. L’affichage de l’avis d’élection au sein de l’entreprise devant être effectué pour le 12 février 2019 au plus tard, il est important de rappeler le principe gouvernant l’obligation d’organiser ces élections sociales. Toute entreprise, quels que […]

Did you get “geo-blocked” on Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year?
Posted on 3 December 2018 in News > IP, IT & Media

According to a European Commission survey the majority of websites do not let consumers buy from another EU country[1]. Traders use various practices restricting online cross-border sales based on nationality, residence or place of establishment. These discriminatory practices can occur both online and off-line and include: denying delivery to customers from other Member States, declining […]

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