NautaDutilh is an international law firm specialising in European, Luxembourg, Belgian and Dutch law. The firm was founded in 1724 and is one of the largest in the Benelux. More than 400 lawyers, civil-law notaries and tax advisors work at the firm’s offices in Luxembourg, Brussels, Amsterdam, London and New York.

NautaDutilh Avocats Luxembourg is a key player on the Luxembourg legal market, providing high-quality advice and services in the areas of banking and finance, corporate, capital markets, investment funds, taxation, litigation and arbitration, intellectual property and ICT and labour law. Recommended by the world’s leading legal directories such as The Legal 500 and Chambers, our team of 50 lawyers serve a range of national and international clients, from key local players to global market leaders.

Adaptive thinking is our tool of choice when it comes to staying relevant for our clients. This subtle art is all about learning how to think instead of being told what to think. It allows us to deal with change, learn from new situations, and think on our feet when faced with problems. This approach enables us to foster long-term client relationships.

NautaDutilh Luxembourg’s main practice areas

  • Banking & Finance: capital markets, credit structures, structured finance, derivatives, securitisation, listings.
  • Corporate and M&A: mergers and acquisition, private equity investments, corporate finance, capital markets, restructuring and insolvency, investment structures, due diligence, and transactional work.
  • Investment Funds: fund structuring, regulatory advice, fund financing and investor negotiations.
  • IP & Technology: IT and outsourcing projects and contracts, data protection, IP litigation, telecom and media regulatory advice, space law, and competition law.
  • Litigation & Arbitration: commercial disputes with a focus on enforcement matters against or for sovereign states, corporate disputes, financial sector disputes, and insolvency -related matters.
  • Taxation: investment funds formation, transactional tax aspects of M&A, consultancy and compliance services, transfer pricing, and all types of tax advice.

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