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Managing Partner: Marc Kleyr
Number of partners worldwide: 12
Number of other lawyers worldwide: 40
Total number of staff: approx 70
Languages: Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Luxembourgish

Firm Overview:
Founded in 1994, the firm built up a strong reputation in litigation and advisory services to local clients. As of 2000, the firm turned towards international clients and cross-border business. Today, it advises local and multinational companies from all industry sectors, leading institutional investors, prestigious private equity houses and numerous other businesses in almost all practice areas, including key areas such as corporate M&A, restructuring and insolvency, private equity, banking and finance, real estate and construction, social and employment, dispute resolution and insurance and reinsurance.
Boasting some 50 lawyers of six different nationalities, the multilingual, flexible and accessible team is proactive, responsive and offers personalised legal services of the highest quality. The firm has a total staff of approximately 70 persons, including eleven partners:

Partner: Rina Breininger, admitted 1986
Key Areas of Activity: Corporate M&A, private equity, securities, public offerings, capital markets, regulatory insurance and reinsurance.
Co-founder and Managing Partner: Marc Kleyr admitted 1991
Key Areas of Activity: Commercial and corporate law, dispute resolution with focus on corporate and shareholders’ litigation and insolvency related litigation, restructuring and insolvency.
Co-founder and Partner: Rosario Grasso admitted 1991
Key Areas of Activity: Insurance, tort and criminal law, with a particular emphasis on anti-money laundering and anti-corruption legislation.
Partner: Jean-Paul Spang, admitted 1992
Key Areas of Activity: Corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructurings and equity offerings.
■Partner: Pascal Sassel, admitted 2002
Key Areas of Activity: Commercial, banking/finance and corporate law, restructuring and insolvency, dispute resolution with a focus on corporate, banking/finance and shareholders’ litigation and insolvency related litigation.
Partner: Delphine Tempé, admitted 1997
Key Areas of Activity: Corporate & M&A, private equity, capital markets.
Partner: François Collot, admitted 1995
Key Areas of Activity: Real estate, construction and public procurement, general commercial and leasing litigation, labour and social law.
Partner: Yasmine Poos, admitted 1998
Key Areas of Activity: Real estate and construction, public procurement, civil and general commercial litigation.
Partner: Christian Jungers, admitted 2001
Key Areas of Activity: Employment and social law.
Partner: Donata Grasso admitted 1996
Key Areas of Activity: Dispute resolution with focus on banking/ finance, shareholders’ and insolvency related litigation, as well as exequatur and attachment proceedings.
Partner: Philippe Ney, admitted 2007
Key Areas of Activity: Employment and social law, data protection.
Partner: Renata Jokubauskaite, admitted 2008
Key Areas of Activity: Corporate, Mergers and Acquisitions, Capital Markets, Banking & Finance, Private Equity.

Main Areas of Practice:

Main Areas of Practice:
Corporate M&A
Capital Markets
Private Equity
Banking & Finance
Restructuring & Insolvency
Regulatory & Anti-Money Laundering
Competition, Business Licenses
Dispute Resolution & Litigation
Arbitration Tort & Criminal Liability
Insurance & Reinsurance
Social & Employment
Real Estate & Construction
Public Procurement Procedures
IP / IT & Licensing
Privacy & Data Protection

Corporate, Finance & Transactional Services:
Corporate M&A, private equity, banking and finance, restructuring and insolvency, capital markets, corporate real estate and finance, regulatory and anti-money laundering, competition, business licences.

Litigation Arbitration & Advisory Services:
Dispute resolution and litigation, arbitration, tort and criminal liability, insurance and reinsurance, social and employment, real estate and construction, public procurement procedures, IP/IT and licensing, privacy and data protection.