Marc Wagner is an Avocat à la Cour [lawyer having a right of audience before the court] and has been a member of the Luxembourg Bar since 2009.
He studied at the Robert Schuman University in Strasbourg, where he obtained a Master 1 degree in European private law.
Marc also holds an LL.M. (Magister Legum) degree in European banking and financial law from the University of Luxembourg.
From 2009 to 2019, Marc worked in two well-regarded law firms in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, specialising in the field of litigation.
Subsequently, from January 2020, he entered into partnership with Robert and Max.
Marc is a true litigation attorney, his specialist fields being, in essence:
criminal law, labour law, property law (including landlord and tenant matters, co-ownership law and construction law), claims for compensation for personal injury and damage to property, road-traffic law, insurance law, the recovery of debts owed and family law (divorce, etc.).
By working with networks of professionals in the fields of law and finance, at both national and international level, he helps his clients to arrive at pragmatic solutions which best meet their needs.
Marc formerly played for the junior national football team of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, and remains passionate about sport, as well as culture and nature.
He speaks and writes in French, German, English and Luxembourgish, and also has some knowledge of Spanish.
Max Becker studied law at the Robert Schuman University in Strasbourg. Having gained his Master 2 (formerly DEA) degree in private international law, he went on to pursue the requisite additional studies in Luxembourg law and was admitted to the Luxembourg Bar in the spring of 2008. Since 2010, he has been enrolled in List 1 of the roll of the Ordre des Avocats du Barreau de Luxembourg [Luxembourg Bar Council] as an Avocat à la Cour [lawyer having a right of audience before the court].
From 2008 to 2015, Max worked as an assistant lawyer, and then as a senior assistant lawyer, in the litigation and dispute resolution department of one of the most well-known and highly regarded law firms in Luxembourg.
During the judicial year 2015-2016, he joined the judiciary and worked in the Luxembourg City Tribunal d’arrondissement [District Court], initially as an attaché de justice [judicial attaché] and then as a juge-délégué [delegated judge] in the chambers of that Court.
He then decided to re-join the Luxembourg Bar and became a partner in the firm as from the judicial year 2016-2017.
Max specialises, both at a non-contentious level and in the context of litigation, in various different areas of law, including, but not limited to, civil law (liability in tort and in contract), the law of succession, commercial and company law, labour law and property law (construction law and landlord and tenant law). Having honed his expertise in criminal law and procedure during his time spent working in the judiciary, he is also able to advise clients in those areas.
In light of the numerous cases that he has been called upon to handle in the most diverse and multidisciplinary areas, Max tailors his advice to the individual needs of his clients, whether they are private individuals or businesses.
As a Luxembourger, Max speaks and writes in French, German, English and Luxembourgish.
Robert Kayser is an Avocat à la Cour [lawyer having a right of audience before the court] and has been a member of the Luxembourg Bar since 2009.
He studied at Saarland University’s Centre Juridique Franco-Allemand [Franco-German Law Centre] and at Paris-II Panthéon-Assas University, from which he obtained a Master 2 degree in European law.
Robert holds an LL.M. (Magister Legum) from the Humboldt University, Berlin.
From 2009 to 2012, Robert worked in one of the best-known business law firms in Luxembourg, initially focusing on tax and company law and subsequently specialising in litigation.
Then, in 2012, he joined a law firm having a long tradition of providing services to various national and international actors in the financial marketplace as well as to private clients.
Robert’s particular fields of specialisation are:
civil and commercial law (labour law, property law including landlord and tenant matters, co-ownership and construction law, as well as family law). He takes a particular interest in issues connected with the law of succession.
Robert also acts in tax law matters (providing advice and conducting litigation), and in addition advises his clients on company law and wealth and asset structuring.
By working with networks of professionals in the fields of law and finance, at both national and international level, he helps his clients to arrive at solutions which best meet their needs.
Robert is a member of various international networks of lawyers, and of the Deutscher AnwaltVerein (« DAV » – German Lawyers’ Association) Luxemburg.
In his private life, Robert is passionate about classical music, the cinema, hiking and rambling, and philately.
As a Luxembourger, he speaks and writes in French, German, English and Luxembourgish. He also understands Spanish, Italian and Dutch.