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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.
The law of 10 August 2018 has transposed the Directive (EU) 2016/97 of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union of 20 January 2016 on insurance distribution (the “IDD Directive”) into Luxembourg law. The law of 7 December 2015 on the insurance sector is amended again. The IDD Directive answers a […]
La loi du 10 août 2018 a transposé en droit luxembourgeois la directive (UE) 2016/97 du Parlement européen et du Conseil du 20 janvier 2016 sur la distribution d’assurances (ci-après « Directive DDA »). La loi du 7 décembre 2015 sur le secteur des assurances s’en trouve une nouvelle fois modifiée. La Directive DDA, ainsi transposée, […]
MOLITOR has been recognised in the rankings for its work in 8 practices and The Legal 500 also praises a number of MOLITOR’s partners and lawyers for their specialist expertise.
MOLITOR has been commended for their expertise in Banking, Finance and Capital Markets, Commercial, Corporate and M&A, Dispute Resolution, Employment, IT and IP, Insurance, Investment funds and Real Estate and Construction. MOLITOR’s Dispute Resolution practice continues to lead the field. The firm received tier 1 rankings for the 7th consecutive year. We are honoured by […]
Luxembourg, 9 January 2017 – MOLITOR is delighted to announce the arrival of Jacques Wolter as a partner of the firm. Jacques Wolter joined MOLITOR with his team on 1 January 2017. “Jacques will bring a wealth of experience in Commercial Litigation and advice including construction and insurance matters. He devotes a substantial portion of […]
De plus en plus d’actions en justice sont intentées chaque année à l’encontre des dirigeants de sociétés. Cette augmentation s’explique par deux facteurs : la complexification de la réglementation en vigueur et la judiciarisation de la matière.