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Whether you are an insurer, broker, reinsurer or insured party, you face an increasingly unpredictable world. From day-to-day operational matters to strategic planning, liability and disputes resolution, policy drafting, coverage and regulatory issues, your world is changing rapidly as tougher capital and risk requirements impact your business.  Our Insurance team has a sound experience working on all kinds of insurance matters which means we understand the complexities of the Luxembourg markets.

Whether you require guidance on claims, regulation policy drafting, wider business disputes, M&A, capital raisings and restructurings, cyber liability, HR, tax, real estate or commercial issues, our multi-disciplinary specialists can help you.

With 100 specialist lawyers in 33 countries, many of which have worked in the insurance sector, we are attuned to your commercial interests and can protect them not only in Luxembourg but also across borders. Our approach is based on strong local legal knowledge delivered to you on a worldwide basis by experts who truly understand the insurance sector.

We have a recognised domestic and cross-border track record of delivering for clients on the most complex transactional and advisory engagements in this sector. Equally, in the event of a domestic or cross-border insurance or reinsurance dispute, our Insurance team in collaboration with our litigation department can guide you through the disputes process, striving to secure the best business outcome.

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10/09/2018
Brexit and the in­sur­ance sec­tor – in­form cus­tom­ers about Brexit’s...
The European In­sur­ance and Oc­cu­pa­tion­al Pen­sions Au­thor­ity (“EIOPA”) provided an opin­ion on in­form­ing cus­tom­ers about the im­pact of the with­draw­al of the United King­dom from the European Uni­on (“Opin­ion”).
13/06/2018
EU tem­por­ary meas­ures on CF­Ds and bin­ary op­tions
On 22 May 2018, the European Se­cur­it­ies and Mar­kets Au­thor­ity (“ESMA”) ad­op­ted two de­cisions im­ple­ment­ing tem­por­ary product in­ter­ven­tion meas­ures. These de­cisions re­strict the mar­ket­ing, dis­tri­bu­tion and sale of con­tracts for dif­fer­ence (“CF­Ds”) and bin­ary.
18/05/2018
EU Product Li­ab­il­ity Dir­ect­ive still an ad­equate tool, ac­cord­ing to...
On 7 May 2018, the European Com­mis­sion pub­lished its fifth re­port on the per­form­ance of the EU Product Li­ab­il­ity Dir­ect­ive (Dir­ect­ive/85/374/EEC) in the mem­ber states. The dir­ect­ive in­tro­duced the concept of strict li­ab­il­ity for pro­du­cers of de­fect­ive products.
28/03/2017
On the road to autonom­ous vehicles
Con­nec­ted and autonom­ous vehicle (“CAV”) tech­no­lo­gies are set to have a pro­found so­cial and eco­nom­ic im­pact world­wide and con­tin­ue to ac­cu­mu­late a great weight of ex­pect­a­tion. Ad­voc­ates ar­gue that CAV tech­no­lo­gies will im­prove road safety, ease con­ges­tion and.
05/07/2016
Leg­al de­vel­op­ments in product li­ab­il­ity: With re­strict­ive le­gis­la­tion...
The med­ic­al in­dustry is un­der in­creas­ing leg­al pres­sure these days ow­ing mainly to a con­sumer-friendly risk en­vir­on­ment. This is evid­ent from re­strict­ive le­gis­la­tion and re­cent land­mark cases, such as the PIP case, con­cern­ing a French com­pany that sup­plied.