Employment law, pensions and benefits
Our Employment Law, Pensions and Benefits practice advises domestic and international institutional clients, originating in large part from the banking sector, on day-to-day issues, ranging from appointments to terminations, business immigration and expatriation, restructurings and corporate transactions, industrial relations, collective dismissals, collective bargaining negotiations, compensation and benefits schemes, equity schemes, pension schemes, restrictive covenants, data protection and privacy at work.
We represent employers in all employment courts, defending dismissal and discrimination claims.
Our practice has considerable expertise in banking and industrial sector employment issues and negotiations with trade unions and employee representatives.
In order to provide innovative and proactive advice that is specifically tailored to our clients’ needs, our lawyers can draw on expertise from the other practices within the firm, including the Tax Law and IP, Commercial, Communication & Technology teams.
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Tax Update — October 2014: Luxembourg budget 2015; Luxembourg-France double tax treaty amended; and more
Arendt & Medernach has published its Tax Update for October 2014.
New set of restrictive measures against the Russian Federation in relation to events in Ukraine entered into force last Friday (12th)
In view of the increasing gravity of the situation in eastern Ukraine, the European Council has reinforced the restrictive measures adopted on 30–31 July 2014.