Both international firms and local firms need to adapt themselves to the changing landscape of legal market.
Brussels-based corporate and litigation boutique Strelia has reinforced its international offering by opening an office in Luxembourg.
With half a decade’s worth of experience in the Luxembourg market, Ogier Luxembourg has earned its place at the top table in the Grand Duchy. Practice Partner François Pfister fills us in on developments at the firm.
Recently we had an in-depth discussion with Pierre-Michaël de Waersegger, partner of Luxembourg firm Arendt & Medernach, subjects ranging from the trends in the insurance sector after the Brexit, and the challenges to the country and the firm its...
Luxembourg law firm MNKS, headed by Cindy Arces, has joined the PwC network as an independent structure and will operate under the name PwC Legal.
To meet the needs of its Luxembourg customers, NautaDutilh is expanding its offer and creating an insurance and reinsurance practice.