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Loyens & Loeff

18-20 RUE EDWARD STEICHEN, 2540 LUXEMBOURG
Tel:
Work +352 46 62 30
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Fax +352 46 62 34
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Web:
www.loyensloeff.lu
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Véronique Hoffeld

Tel:
Work +352 466 230 232
Email:
Web:
www.loyensloeff.lu
Loyens & Loeff

Work Department

Litigation & Risk Management

Position

Véronique Hoffeld, Avocat à la Cour, is a member of the Management Committee of Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg and heads the Litigation & Risk Management Practice Group of our Luxembourg office. She focuses on commercial law, litigation, arbitration, real estate and IP law.

Career

Véronique has experience in advising on complex, high-value multi-jurisdictional litigation and arbitration cases, as well as in proceedings before the civil courts and arbitration tribunals. She focuses in particular on commercial disputes in financial and corporate litigation.

Together with her team, Véronique has been rewarded by various high profile arbitration cases related to recognition and enforcement of ICC arbitral awards. She advises on all aspects of real estate law, including negotiation of contracts and litigation. Véronique’s experience in IP law includes working on multi-jurisdictional IP and commercial disputes involving patents, trademarks, distribution and agency agreements, and infringements of copyrights and designs.

She is listed as a Dispute Resolution Expert in Euromoney’s Benchmark Litigation 2019 directory. Véronique is the president of the board of directors of the National Research Fund (FNR) of Luxembourg

Languages

Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Luxembourgish, Spanish

Member

Véronique is a member of the Luxembourg Bar since 1996.

Education

  • Leadership in service firms executive program, Harvard School of Business Law, 2017
  • LL.M. in International Business Law, London School of Economics (United Kingdom), 1995
  • Master’s Degree (Maîtrise) in International and European Law, University of Paris II (France), 1994
  • Law degree, University of Aix-Marseille III (France), 1993


Luxembourg

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Recently strengthened by a number of hires, including counsel Henri Dupong - who adds particular strength in relation to white-collar disputes - the 'responsive and knowledgeable' team at Loyens & Loeff has the strength in depth to handle a significant volume and breadth of complex commercial disputes. Working in conjunction with the firm's market-leading tax group, the firm regularly handles state-aid-related investigation work. The 'client-focused' Véronique Hoffeld heads a team that also includes Annie Elfassi and counsel Farah Jeraj.

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IP and IT

Within: IP and IT

Benefiting from significant cross-over with other practice areas, including tax and employment, Loyens & Loeff handles a range of e-commerce, data protection and IP-related commercialisation work. Associate Florence D’Ath handles IP and data protection mandates and has been 'very helpful on GDPR compliance advice'  according to one client. VĂ©ronique Hoffeld regularly handles IP litigation as part of her broad-ranging practice, and is a key member of the team.

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Real estate and construction

Within: Real estate and construction

Utilising the expertise of lawyers within the firm's tax, funds, litigation and banking teams, in particular, Loyens & Loeff's multi-disciplinary team handles broad-ranging contentious and non-contentious work in the real estate space for public authorities, investors and multinational corporates. 'Client-oriented' team head Véronique Hoffeld's diverse workload has recently included reviewing and updating lease agreements on behalf of a major multinational corporate with offices in Luxembourg, and representing an international bank on the sale of an office building in the center of the country's financial district.

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  • New reporting obligations for Luxembourg securitisation vehicles

    Recognising the close links between the securitisation activities of financial vehicles corporations engaged in securitisation transactions (FVCs) and monetary financial institutions, the European Central Bank (ECB) has adopted on December 19, 2008 Regulation (EC) No 24/2009 concerning statistics on the assets and liabilities of FVCs (the ECB Regulation).
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