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Sophie LAMOTHE

Position

Counsel
Avocat à la Cour, Member of the Luxembourg Bar, 2008
PhD in Private Law

Education
2011 University Paul Verlaine, Metz (PhD in Private Law)  
2008 University of Luxembourg (Complementary Course in Luxembourg Law) 
2002 University Paul Verlaine, Metz (DEA in Litigation Law) 
2001 University Paul Verlaine, Metz (Master in Private Law) 
Languages

Speaks English and French

Career to date

Sophie has an in-depth knowledge and ten years of experience in commercial and civil dispute resolution. She deals especially with contract disputes, liability litigation and real estate issues. Sophie is very active in drafting and reviewing insurance contracts for a number of clients and participates in the working group of the Association of Luxembourg Insurers and Reinsurers (ACA).

Recommendations & Listings

The Legal 500 EMEA have listed Sophie for her expertise in Insurance. They described her as 'reactive and practical‘. (The Legal 500, EMEA, 2019)

Related News & Publications

MOLITOR announces partner and counsel promotions

18 July 2019

Luxembourg, 17 July 2019 – MOLITOR Avocats à la Cour is delighted to announce the promotions of Régis Muller to Partner and Sophie Lamothe and Virginie Liebermann to Counsel. The promotions recognise their dedication to the firm and to the firm’s clients together with their high standard of skills and expertise in their chosen practice […]

Transposition into Luxembourg law of the European Directive on insurance distribution: what are the changes?

29 October 2018

The law of 10 August 2018[1] 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 transposition en droit luxembourgeois de la directive européenne sur la distribution d’assurances : quels changements ?

29 October 2018

La loi du 10 août 2018[1] 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[2] »). La loi du 7 décembre 2015 sur le secteur des assurances s’en trouve une nouvelle fois modifiée.   La Directive DDA, ainsi transposée, […]

Les clauses suspensives dans un compromis de vente d’un bien immobilier

01 June 2014

Le compromis de vente constitue un avant-contrat très usuel en matière de vente immobilière. Préalablement conclu à l’acte de vente signé devant notaire, il convient de ne pas mésestimer son importance dans la mesure où il s’agit d’un véritable contrat, ayant force obligatoire entre les parties (« le compromis de vente vaut vente »). En […]