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Caroline Muller

Caroline Muller holds a Master’s degree in law awarded by the University of Nancy II.

Caroline has been a member of the Luxembourg Bar since 3 July 2008.

She began her career by joining a prestigious international business law firm in Luxembourg.

Having gained solid experience, especially in business law, Caroline specialised in litigation, with a view to diversifying her skills and being able to offer clients a full range of services.

She accordingly joined a firm specialising in litigation, thereby acquiring experience in handling cases in various additional areas.

Caroline is able to advise on matters of contract law (cancellation, absence of consent, etc.), commercial law (disputes between shareholders, directors’ liability, etc.), liquidations, insolvencies and inheritance.
Her specialist fields also include the law of co-ownership (debt collection, annulment of general meetings, breaches of co-ownership rules, drafting of minutes of general meetings, etc.), builders’ liability (construction defects, non-conformity, ten-year warranty and two-year warranty). Caroline advises professionals in the field of real property (developers, architects, estate agents, etc.). She also handles litigation relating to the validity of contracts for the sale of real property, as well as disputes concerning leases of commercial premises and private property.
In addition, Caroline advises and represents clients in relation to all employment matters (drafting of notices of dismissal and letters setting out the grounds for termination of employment, challenges against dismissal from employment, negotiation of settlements, etc.).
Thanks to her experience in business law and litigation, Caroline applies a holistic approach to the job of a lawyer, which gives her a tremendous advantage in her work.
Caroline is fluent in French, English and German.

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Philippe Hoffmann

Philippe Hoffmann is a Luxembourg authorised attorney (Avocat à la Cour) and has been a member of the Luxembourg bar since May 2010.

After having obtained a Master in European law form the Univérsité catholique de Louvain (Belgium), he practiced law from 2010 until 2020 in a top tier Luxembourg business law firm as associate and senior associate. He first gained an experience in corporate law (private equity, M&A, financial products) before joining the litigation team of the same firm.

Being vastly familiar with general commercial and civil law (contract law, liability in tort), he also defends clients’ interests in matters relating to corporate litigation, including director liability and shareholder disputes.

He further assists entrepreneurs and companies in establishing their operational business in Luxembourg.

Finally, his field of work includes real estate and labour law (notably worker mobility).

Philippe provides legal advice in French, English, German, and Luxembourgish.

Laurent Lenert

Having studied in Aix-en-Provence (France), Laurent Lenert was admitted to practice as a lawyer at the Luxembourg Bar Association in 2009.

He is fluent in English, Luxembourgish, German and French, has an operational understanding of Italian and has recently started learning Korean.

Laurent generally practises in dispute resolution and litigation, with a specific focus on contractual and tort related disputes (including construction and real estate law), white-collar crime, as well as non-violent criminal cases.

Laurent has authored various articles regard anti-money laundering and prevention of terrorism financing (2014-2018) and collusion, corruption and bribery (2018).

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Julien Raum

Holder of a German, French and English law degree, Julien was trained in a prestigious business law firm and was admitted to the Luxembourg Bar in 2008. Julien was appointed as a civil servant within the „Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation” then to the Ministry of Finance. Wishing to return to his professional origins, Julien joined the law firm an the Luxembourg Bar as “Avocat à la Cour” in September 2020.

His experiences within the Luxembourg administration and knowledge thereof, make Julien your ideal partner to support you or your company in all circumstances from the birth until the end of the life of your start-up, company or commercial activity. Julien can advise you or relieve you of your administrative procedures, registrations as “professionnel du secteur financier” (“PSF”), “professionnel du secteur de l’assurance” (“PSA”) or notifications to the Luxembourg administrations.

With a multidisciplinary legal background, Julien will advise you and defend your interests in legal proceedings relating to criminal law, civil law (contracts, civil liability, consumer law), administrative law (in particular relating civil servant status) and in areas relating to Information and Communication Technology (“ICT”).

In 2018, Julien was appointed « chargé de cours » at the “Institut national d’administration publique” (“INAP”) where he provides law courses to civil servants and public employees with a view to their admission or promotion.

Julien will advise you and defend your interests in English, Luxembourgish French or German.

Michelle Clemen

Michelle Clemen holds a Master I degree in private law and criminal science from the University of Aix-Marseille and a Master II degree (LL.M.) in European private law from the University of Luxembourg.

Michelle joined the Luxembourg Bar in June 2019 and has since then been practising within the firm in various areas of law, including labour law, family law, criminal law and tort/liability law.

Michelle is fluent in Luxembourgish, French, German and English.

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