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Luxembourg's Arendt shuts down Brussels base

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  • Arendt & Medernach is also currently constructing their new building. It is intended to use an open space architecture for all lawyers (except senior associates and partners) which is universally criticised by all concerned and is expected to result in numerous resignations and difficulties to hire competent lawyers once the building is operational.

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  • What does office setting has to do with lawyers' competencies? City law firms have been seating their lawyers in open plan setting since years - did they all resign? I don’t think so. If you resign because you don't like the building structure then you better do that and probably start looking for a job in hospital, with your own walls, bed and nightstand.

    By the way, the Arendt building is not even constructed, how can you possibly know it so well that they are surely going to adopt the open space setting?

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  • In any event, lawyers in an open-space is a non sense, in London, Luxembourg or anywhere else.

    I am sure that Arendt's owners will be in cosy private offices.

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