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News & EventsLuxembourg’s Brexit-Fueled Real Estate Boom August 10, 2018
In recent years, however, the market has shifted toward investments in Luxembourg-based real estate.
The launch of this massive facility, totaling nearly 6,000 square meters and ready to accommodate up to 200 startups, represents a major milestone for the local ecosystem.
Sabrina Salvador, Partner, Kaufhold & Réveillaud, Avocats and an expert in labor law, breaks down the Law of December 23, 2016 that addresses flexible work schedules. The law, which came into effect on January 1, 2017, lets companies employ a flexible work schedule without a collective agreement through the use of a specified reference period. It also tackles employee compensation, delivered in the form of leave days, ranging from 1.5 to 3.5 days per year. While advantageous for both employers and employees, Salvador highlights the additional company costs that could result.
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All companies, which are not listed at a regulated stock exchange, and which were duly registered before the 1st of August 2017 at the French Trade and Companies Register, must by the 1st of April 2018 disclose the information about their beneficial owners.
On Wednesday, October 25, Kaufhold & Réveillaud, Avocats welcomed three students to its office for the day as part of a wider effort by international non-profit CARE.
Luxembourg; September 21, 2017: Kaufhold & Réveillaud took to the starting blocks for the third edition of the Luxemburger Wort BusinessRun.
Present in over 25 countries, the team fundraiser collects money for the fight against cancer while honoring survivors and those who have lost their lives to the disease.
Lawyers from Kaufhold & Réveillaud, Avocats were among the 300 attendees who turned out for an evening of festivities kicking off the year of the rooster.
On Friday, December 2, the firm invited 65 of its employees and partners to bring their families for an evening of festivities. Thirty-five children received toys and sweets straight from St. Nicholas himself.
The 12-year tradition, enjoyed by adults and children alike, gives colleagues the valuable opportunity ...
The two teams of three completed the scenic 6km loop around the Kirchberg Plateau and arrived side by side at the finish line in the Coque arena.
The Desk’s significant growth reflects the steady influx of German clients seen in recent years and aligns with the firm’s mission to continuously satisfy the inbound and outbound cross-border needs of its diverse client base.
Rüdiger Sailer, Counsel, Kaufhold & Réveillaud, Avocats served on a panel of lawyers, conducting a call-in session dedicated to answering legal questions raised by German commuters working in Luxembourg. Since the Grand Duchy’s labor code is based on French law, those accustomed to Germany’s code face particular legal challenges in Luxembourg. Readers were invited to call the hotlines to pose their questions to one of the three panel members.
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After nearly ten years of development, these modernizations are the result of joint effort from the community’s academics, lawyers, businesspeople and politicians.
The Association’s arrival has been well received due to the number of German-speaking lawyers working in the Grand Duchy and the lack of organizations dedicated to the German-Luxembourgish legal community.
Investas, in cooperation with Luxemburger Wort, hosted a conference at UNI Luxembourg where attendees delved into the issue of the security of deposits. Investas, a Luxembourgish association of private investors, took a look at what happens to one’s assets when their bank receives a bailout in the form of a bail-in, which calls on contributions from shareholders and creditors. All depositors can fall within the creditor category, meaning that they could be held partially responsible for helping restore the bank’s health. Emmanuel Réveillaud, Secretary General of Investas, iterates the importance of selecting a bank with transparent data regarding this issue.Investas to Resurrect Rau’s Law April 21, 2016
Rau’s law, which has not been in effect since 2005, favored investing in national companies by exempting a portion of those particular investments. As Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna prepares to roll out a new package of tax measures, Investas is thinking about how Rau’s law could be refined to conform to European standards, at a time when only 25.8% of Luxembourgish households invest in financial markets, particularly mutual funds, stocks and bonds. In his role as treasurer of Investas, Lawyer Emmanuel Réveillaud of Kaufhold & Réveillaud wants to see the development of an educational component that encourages an awareness of savings options, notably the establishment of pensions.
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When it comes to rights and tax matters there are significant differences between Trier and Luxembourg that frequently result in legal battles. Kaufhold & Réveillaud’s Rüdiger Sailer was part of an expert panel that stood by to answer questions raised by callers. The question and answer call-in session centered around taxes, work, retirement and family. Sailer addressed calls related to Luxembourgish work rights, especially termination procedures.
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As Secretary General of the Federation of European Bars (FBE), Charles Kaufhold, Partner, Kaufhold & Réveillaud, Avocats was referenced for an article on the organization and its upcoming event focused on the theme Dialogue between the EU Court of Justice and the Lawyer. The FBE, founded in 1992, aims to bring together the national bars of EU member states, representing a total of 800,000 European lawyers.
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Charles Kaufhold, Partner, Kaufhold & Réveillaud, Avocats, was interviewed regarding the Don en Confiance Luxembourg of which he is Vice President. The group aims to protect the rights of donors, asserting that they deserve to know how their contributions are being used. It has proposed the adoption of a common code of conduct by relevant organizations that will help ensure donors are provided with sufficient spending information. By promoting such transparency, donors will be able to measure the effectiveness of their donations, make educated decisions and be more inclined to donate.
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