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Anne Morel

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Work +352 26025 1
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Bonn Steichen & Partners

Work Department

Employment, Compensations & Benefits | Dispute resolution | Intellectual Property and General Commercial | Data Protection and Privacy | AML Compliance

Position

Partner, Head of Employment, Compensations & Benefits, Intellectual Property and General Commercial, Data Protection and Privacy departments

Career

  • Anne has developed a practice advising clients on the full range of employment-related matters. She provides day-to-day HR support, as well as assists clients to plan and manage defined HR projects, notably in multi-jurisdictional environment. Her practice is primarily employer-focused, with a particular interest in the medical, the industrial goods and the retail sectors.
  • Anne has sealed her reputation as a leading labour and employment lawyer advising major companies in high-stakes employment cases such as corporate reorganisations, transfers of undertaking, insolvency events, rationalisation measures, collective redundancies and human resources outsourcing (HRO) arrangements. She very often operates in immigration issues, drafting employment contracts and staff handbooks and advises on incentive and remuneration packages, restrictive covenants, executive severance negotiations and settlement agreements.
  • Anne also focuses on labour law litigation. She thus advises and assists companies at all stages of the dispute and maintains an important activity in employment-related litigation before local courts, including cases alleging discrimination, whistleblower claims and non-compete violations.
  • Anne advises clients on data protections issues, such as a.o. implementation of background checks, whistleblowing systems and measures which are deemed to result in supervising employees at the workplace. On top of that, she is experienced in the use by employees of social media and of IT devices put at their disposal by the employer.
  • Last but not least, Anne has extensive litigation and counselling experience in a variety of general commercial matters, some of which related to commercial contracts, trade secret, unfair competition, distribution rights, intellectual property and regulatory matters.
  • Anne regularly provides training for on various employment law matters and has published and lectured extensively in the areas of employment, compensations and benefits laws and in data privacy matters.

Languages

English, French, German.

Member

  • Employment Law Specialists Association, Luxembourg (ELSA)
  • European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA)
  • International Bar Association (IBA)
  • Industrial Relations & Social Affairs Comittee of The Luxembourg Bankers' Association (ABBL)
  • Insol Europe (INSOL)
  • Member of Bar Council, 2014-2015 & 2015-2016

Education

  • Admitted to the Luxembourg Bar, 1994.
  • Université Nancy II, France, DESS en Droit des Affaires et Fiscalité - Diplôme de Juriste Conseil d’Entreprise (Post-Graduate Degree in Business Law and Tax Law),1993.
  • Université Nancy II, France / University of Saarbrücken, Germany, Maîtrise en Droit des Affaires (Master in Business Law), 1992.


Luxembourg

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Bonn Steichen & Partners’ multi-disciplinary team handles a wide array of disputes relating to international M&A, tax, commercial, private equity, funds and real estate matters. Team head Fabio Trevisan is ‘excellent at handling difficult litigation’ and ‘knows how to implement the correct strategy to win the case’. Trevisan has notable expertise securing the enforcement of judgments; he is representing Viorel Micula in a complex case regarding the enforcement of an arbitral award issued against the state of Romania. Anne Morel is recommended for employment litigation.

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Employment

Within: Employment

At Bonn Steichen & Partners, team head Anne Morel handles a range of individual and collective employment issues from a contentious and non-contentious perspective and has recently been particularly active advising on data protection issues.

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Luxembourg: Employment & Labour Law

March 2018. By Anne Morel, Partner

This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to employment and labour law in Luxembourg . It will cover termination of employment, procedures, protection for workers, compensation as well as insight and opinion on the most common difficulties employers face and any upcoming legal changes planned.. This Q&A is part of the global guide to Employment & Labour. [Continue Reading]

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