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The Legal 500 Hall of Fame Icon The Legal 500 Hall of Fame highlights individuals who have received constant praise by their clients for continued excellence. The Hall of Fame highlights, to clients, the law firm partners who are at the pinnacle of the profession. In Europe, Middle East and Africa, the criteria for entry is to have been recognised by The Legal 500 as one of the elite leading lawyers for seven consecutive years. These partners are highlighted below and throughout the editorial.
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Getting the Deal Through - Insurance & Reinsurance 2009 - Luxembourg chapter

Identify the regulatory agencies responsible for regulating insurance and reinsurance companies. The Commissariat aux Assurances (the Commissariat) is in charge of the supervision of insurance and reinsurance undertakings, as well as insurance intermediaries (agents and brokers). It is in charge of examining the applications for licences. The Commissariat also assists the Luxembourg public authorities in European and international negotiations. It takes an active part to the preparation of Luxembourg laws and regulations within its field of competence. The Commissariat is a public establishment vested with legal personality and is financially independent. It is under the authority of the ministry of treasury and budget.

Getting the deal through - Anti corruption regulation 2008, Luxembourg chapter

Rosario Grasso - "Anti corruption regulation 2008, Luxembourg chapter", in Getting the Deal Through, London, 2008

Getting the deal through - Dispute Resolution

The Luxembourg court system is organised according to the principle of ‘double court instance’, pursuant to which any case may be judged twice by two different courts, both upon the factual and legal merits. As a result, a major distinction is to be drawn up between the first degree courts and the courts of appeal.

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