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Dispute Resolution

Luxembourg

If you have an issue requiring legal action, CMS Luxembourg can assist you in analysing risk, managing disputes and seeking constructive solutions in your best interests. Our lawyers are not just litigators but business-minded problem solvers. Using our global experience and local knowledge, we can safeguard your interests before any Luxembourg courts and in alternative dispute resolution.

We also know that, in dispute matters, time does matter. This is why our team of specialists is ready to react quickly and help you at every stage of your procedure. Moreover, we can rely on a strong collaboration between the various practice areas of our firm, allowing us to assist you with very technical issues.

Thanks to the support of the CMS Alliance, we can handle your dispute across any European jurisdiction, obtain judicial assistance in foreign proceedings and deal with enforcement procedures for foreign judgements and arbitral awards.

If you want your dispute to stay out of court or arbitration, we can guide you tactically in achieving this. We act in all business areas before state courts and as counsel in international and domestic arbitration proceedings.

A further risk you may face is the threat of down raids by local or European authorities. Our specialists can support you 24/7 through sensitive investigations by criminal and regulatory authorities, including negotiating settlements where appropriate.

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21 Aug 2019
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Aug 2019
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The UK’s Com­pet­i­tion Ap­peal Tribunal (CAT) has handed down an im­port­ant rul­ing on the ex­tent to which re­cit­als of a Com­mis­sion de­cision are bind­ing for the pur­poses of do­mest­ic dam­ages claims. The...
July 2019
CMS In­ter­na­tion­al Dis­putes Di­gest
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27 Nov 19
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August 2018
Sum­mer of sports 2018
21 Aug 19
Un­due para­noia over due pro­cess
Twin du­ties of fair­ness and ef­fi­ciency Most ar­bit­rat­ors are keenly aware that their award may be set aside or re­fused re­cog­ni­tion un­der the New York Con­ven­tion if the los­ing party was not ac­cor­ded due...
June 2018
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07 Aug 19
Singa­pore Con­ven­tion on Me­di­ation signed by 46 coun­tries at open­ing...
This art­icle is pro­duced by CMS Hol­born Asia, a Form­al Law Al­li­ance between CMS Singa­pore and Hol­born Law LLC. The United Na­tions Con­ven­tion on In­ter­na­tion­al Set­tle­ment Agree­ments Res­ult­ing from Me­di­ation,...
07 Aug 19
A step for­ward for In­ter­na­tion­al Me­di­ation: The Singa­pore Con­ven­tion...
The United Na­tions Con­ven­tion on In­ter­na­tion­al Set­tle­ment Agree­ments Res­ult­ing from Me­di­ation (known as the “Singa­pore Con­ven­tion”) is open today (7 Au­gust 2019) for sig­na­ture by United Na­tion states...
29 May 19
Brexit: don't for­get to ne­go­ti­ate the dis­pute res­ol­u­tion clause!
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