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Celebrating 30 years of passion, evolution and expertise in Luxembourg

2021 marks a milestone year for Loyens & Loeff – the firm reached its 30th year of practice in Luxembourg. Since its establishment in 1991, the office has grown to become the third largest law firm in the country. The management team takes a look back at 30 years of expertise, challenges and innovation in an ever-changing legal environment.

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DAC7 approved: New reporting obligations for digital platforms

On 22 March 2021, the Council of the EU amended the directive on administrative cooperation (through the so-called “DAC7”) to expand reporting obligations and exchange of information to cover sales through digital platforms. 

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Loyens & Loeff advised Deminor on the successful closing of their €40 million financing round

The financing round consists of equity, senior bank loans and mezzanine finance and will support the company’s rapidly growing litigation funding activities globally.

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One month to file for bankruptcy - when does it start?

Considering that both criminal and civil sanctions apply to the board of directors or managers of a Luxembourg commercial company for failure to declare bankruptcy in proper time, it is essential to determine exactly when the requirements for bankruptcy are met.

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Beach Sandales Birkenstock Deal

Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg advised on the successful bid for the acquisition of the Birkenstock group

We advised various international credit institutions on the financing of the successful bid by Catterton for the acquisition of a majority stake in the iconic German shoe manufacturer Birkenstock.


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Luxembourg: new guidance on mutual agreement procedures

The Luxembourg tax authorities (LTA) have just published a new circular on tax treaty-based mutual agreement procedures (MAPs). MAPs are an interesting dispute resolution alternative to traditional court proceedings, notably from a confidentiality and timing perspective.

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Coronavirus - Belgian measures for businesses

Our coronavirus experts in Luxembourg