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The law of 19 April 2023 amending Part Two, Book III, 1st Chapter of the new Code of Civil Procedure aimed at reforming arbitration* (the ‘New Arbitration Law‘) entered into force on 25 April 2023. The New Arbitration Law overhauls arbitration law applicable in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg in its entirety, which is reflected […]
La loi du 19 avril 2023 portant modification de la deuxième partie, livre III, titre Ier, du Nouveau Code de procédure civile, en vue de la réforme de l’arbitrage (la « nouvelle loi sur l’arbitrage ») entre en vigueur ce 25 avril 2023. La nouvelle loi sur l’arbitrage refond dans sa globalité le droit de l’arbitrage applicable […]
Michel Molitor has contributed the Luxembourg chapter of LBR’s The Dispute Resolution Review 2018. This 10th edition provides an overview of the civil court systems of 37 jurisdictions including Luxembourg.
Michel Molitor has contributed the Luxembourg Chapter of LBR’s Dispute Resolution Review 2017. This ninth edition covers 40 jurisdictions and provides key aspects of each jurisdiction’s dispute resolution rules and practices.
The Dispute Resolution Review provides an indispensable overview of the civil court systems of 45 jurisdictions. In a world where commercial disputes frequently cross international boundaries, it is inevitable that clients and practitioners across the globe will need to look for guidance beyond their home jurisdictions.
The Dispute Resolution Review covers 48 countries and territories. Disputes have never respected national boundaries and the continued globalisation of business in the 21st century means that it is more important than ever before that clients and lawyers look beyond the horizon of their home jurisdiction.