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Firms in the Spotlight

D. Law

www.dlaw.lu

D. Law is an independent law firm based in Luxembourg. Young and dynamic, its main practice areas range between corporate mergers and acquisitions, banking, finance and investment funds, in transactional and advisory work. D. Law was initially launched with seven lawyers. Since then, it has been continually growing and, as of today, employs 31 lawyers (representing a wide range of nationalities) with a reasonable expectation to achieve the size of around 50 lawyers within the next two years.