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Alain Grosjean

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Bonn & Schmitt

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BONN & SCHMITT: IT/IP, new technologies, e-commerce and data protection law, Commercial law, civil law, labor law, litigation and arbitration, Luxembourg.


Alain Grosjean is a partner in the dispute resolution practice of Bonn & Schmitt where he specialises in international litigation, in particular in the fields of asset tracing, commercial and corporate disputes. Alain Grosjean is specialized in New Technologies, Information and Communication, data protection, e-commerce, electronic signature, electronic storage, and IT/IP. Alain Grosjean advises frequently several national and international clients on data protection in Luxembourg. He has participated in the following projects for European commission :”Study unfair commercial practices within B2B e-markets”, “Study monitoring and analysis of technology transfer and intellectual property regimes and their use”, “The admissibility of electronic evidence in Court”, “Benchmarking of existing national legal e-business practices” etc. He has written several articles with regard to these matters. Alain Grosjean has recently assisted and advised a client regarding the transfer of data in a third country. He could review the terms and conditions of the data transfer agreement and advise the client on the relevant authorisation to the National Commission for data protection. Alain Grosjean regularly advises on all traditional aspects of labour law, as individual dismissals, company work rules, organization of work hours, safety at work, temporary work, cross-border employment and international secondment, wages and related aspects. His last articles deal with : - Workplace Privacy and Employee Monitoring (JT Luxembourg, n°21, June 5, 2012); - On the European community trademark,(2000); - On the impact of Council Regulation (EC) No 44/2001; - On mediation and different alternative dispute resolutions; - On reliability of different electronic signatures and Luxembourg model of Public Key Infrastructure (Conférence Saint-Yves, n°111, 2008); - Employees' monitoring and data protection (UIA 2010); - E-discovery procedures in the US and data protection in European Union (UIA 2011); - Freedom of expression in the context of employment and new information technologies (UIA 2012); - Financial services and New regulation on data protection (ALJB 2014).


Admitted to the Bar, 1997 (Luxembourg).


French, English.


Alain Grosjean is member of FedISA Luxembourg (a not-for-profit association serving innovation in matters of e-storage). He also is a member of UIA (UNION INTERNATIONALE DES AVOCATS).


University of Bordeaux, France (Maîtrise en Droit Privé, 1994) University of Nancy II, France; University of Strasbourg, France and University of Luxembourg (DESS Contentieux Communautaire, 2000).


Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Led by Alain Grosjean and Armel WaisseBonn & Schmitt has a particularly strong reputation for representing financial institutions and high-net-worth individuals in commercial litigation. Waisse is singled out for her 'expertise in commercial cases relating to financial collateral', and the 'very strategicAlex Schmitt has a 'particularly strong knowledge of the financial services sector and is able to identify quickly the issues that really matter'.

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Within: Employment

Led by Alain GrosjeanBonn & Schmitt's four-strong team handles a diverse range of non-contentious and contentious work for international corporates, including on the drafting and amendments of employment contracts, collective redundancies and data protection matters.

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IP and IT

Within: IP and IT

At Bonn & SchmittAlain Grosjean has an excellent reputation for data protection matters and has consequently been in high demand from clients from a range of industry sectors to advise them on the implications of GDPR law.

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