Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Bonn & Schmitt advises domestic and international clients in civil, commercial and corporate cases, including complex shareholders’ litigation, contract litigation and professional liability.

We assist lenders, shareholders, creditors and debtors at every stage of bankruptcy and insolvency litigation procedures as well as in cross-border enforcement matters.

The firm also advises on civil liability: tort and contractual liability, including liability under common law, liability of bankers and professionals in the financial sector, liability of manufacturers (judicial expertise, failure to respect delivery times, defects and faulty workmanship,…), responsibility of doing things, responsibility of the constituents because of their agents, responsibility for defective products, etc.

Furthermore, our team is widely experienced in arbitration and dispute resolution and regularly represents clients in arbitration proceedings under both ICC rules and Luxembourg law.

We also provide the full range of banking and finance litigation services and represent our clients in dealings with the Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LSE) and the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF).

The significant experience in the field of dispute resolution and the understanding of European and Luxembourg case law makes the firm a privileged partner to advise and represent clients before all Luxembourg jurisdictions, in order to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients. The practice of litigation includes representation and assistance before the highest courts of Luxembourg, as well as before the Court of Justice of the European Union (Luxembourg) and the European Court of Human Rights (Strasbourg).

The field of litigation requires not only a thorough knowledge of legislation in all areas, but also a long-term experience as well as an adapted strategy, which the law firm is able to provide.  Our lawyers adopt a pragmatic and effective approach and always encourage an out-of-court solution to lengthy court proceedings, such as domestic and international arbitrations or mediation.


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