Véronique Hoffeld, attorney-at-law, is a member of the Management Committee of Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg and heads the Luxembourg Litigation & Risk Management Practice Group. Véronique specialises in the areas of commercial law (negotiation of contracts), litigation, arbitration, real estate and IP law.
She has experience in advising on a broad range of complex, high-value multi-jurisdictional litigation and arbitration cases. She also has extensive experience in proceedings before the civil courts and arbitration tribunals. She focuses in particular on commercial disputes, especially financial and corporate litigation.
Together with her team, Véronique has been rewarded by various high profile arbitration cases that involve interesting and partly unresolved issues related to recognition and enforcement of ICC arbitral awards.
She also advises on all aspects of real estate law, including negotiation of contracts and litigation.
Véronique’s experience in IP law includes working on multi-jurisdictional IP and commercial disputes involving patents, trademarks, distribution and agency agreements, and infringements of copyrights and designs.
Prior to joining Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg, Véronique worked for more than 10 years in another major Luxembourg law firm, where she was made partner in 2003.
Véronique is a member of the Luxembourg Bar since 1996.
She is the president of the board of directors of the National Research Fund (FNR) of Luxembourg.
Leadership in service firms executive program, Harvard School of Business Law, 2017
LL.M. International business law, London School of Economics, 1995
Master’s Degree (Maîtrise) in international and European law, University of Paris II, 1994
Licence en Droit, University of Aix-Marseille III, 1993