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Hugo Arellano

Partner| Avocat à la Cour

CMS DeBacker Luxembourg
Rue Charles Darwin 5
L-1433 Luxembourg
Languages French, Spanish, English, German, Luxembourgish

Hugo joined CMS Luxembourg in 2015. He is Partner and heads CMS Luxembourg’s Employment practice.

He specialises in litigation related to commercial and civil law. He endeavours to make the law more accessible to suit his clients' particular queries and therefore offers them a clear, concise and consistent solution.

Hugo’s areas of expertise also include European and competition law, employment law, intellectual property including data protection and financial criminal law. His education being highly focused on European law and cross-border law enforcement, it makes him a great asset when it comes to deal with legal queries in relation with the European Union legislation.

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Relevant experience

  • Advising a company specialised in the transport sector regarding a major competition law litigation.
  • Advising a client an important acquisition of a property located in the centre of Luxembourg.
  • Advising a client in a shareholder’s litigation worth several million euros.
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Memberships & Roles

  • President of the Luxembourg Association of the Motor Sport License Holders (ALLSA)
  • Athlete of the Luxembourgish Olympic and Sporting Committee (COSL)
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  • 2012 - Complementary courses in Luxembourg Law “CCDL”, University of Luxembourg
  • 2011 - Double Master II in European Economic and Financial Criminal Law, University of Luxembourg and University of Nancy
  • 2010 - Master I in European Law, University of Luxembourg
  • 2008 - Bachelor in Law and European Studies, University of Strasbourg III 
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