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Arendt & Medernach
2020 was a busy year – and a uniquely challenging one to say the least. Legal and regulatory changes, many of them linked to the COVID-19 crisis, have impacted your business and will...
ELVINGER HOSS PRUSSEN, société anonyme
Article 107(1) TFEU contains a general prohibition of aid granted by a Member State or through State resources which distorts competition and trade within the EU by favouring certain companies or the production of certain goods.
Luxembourg
ATOZ Tax Advisers
Since the Covid-19 pandemic continues to impact the good governance of legal entities, the Luxembourg Government decided to extend for the second time...
Envoy Global, Inc.
The government of Luxembourg announced that citizens of the European Union and countries associated with the Schengen area, as well as citizens of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco...
Loyens & Loeff
Historically, little consideration appears to have been given to the signature of comfort letters by Luxembourg parent companies.
ELVINGER HOSS PRUSSEN, société anonyme
Special leave for family reasons and family support have been implemented in connection with the Covid-19 outbreak.
Epstein Becker & Green
As we have noted previously, many countries have introduced creative new approaches to address the economic realities of the COVID-19 pandemic
ELVINGER HOSS PRUSSEN, société anonyme
The Parliament has voted today new Covid-19 rules which come into effect at midnight.
ELVINGER HOSS PRUSSEN, société anonyme
In its Communiqué of 23 March 2020 on the subject of regulatory reporting in the context of the COVID-19 crisis the CSSF asks supervised entities to perform their regulatory reporting when it is due but also offers some leniency.
Arendt & Medernach
The budget bill introduces several tax measures in favour of social equity aiming to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and support a sustainable recovery.
ELVINGER HOSS PRUSSEN, société anonyme
In order to take into account the impact of homeworking due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Luxembourg signed an amicable tax agreement with Belgium on 19 May 2020 regarding the taxation of Luxembourg cross-border workers.
ATOZ Tax Advisers
On 22 September 2020, the draft law n°7673 providing measures concerning the holding of meetings of companies and other legal entities was voted by the Luxembourg Parliament (the "Law n°7673").
Arendt & Medernach
These measures were initially provided for by the Grand Ducal Regulation of 20 March 2020, and were extended by the law of 20 June 2020.
NautaDutilh Avocats Luxembourg
By the Act of 25 March 2020, Luxembourg implemented Directive 2018/822 amending Council Directive 2011/16/EU as regards mandatory automatic exchange of information...
Maples Group
On 22 July 2020, the Luxembourg Parliament voted to approve reporting extensions for DAC6, FATCA and CRS in light of COVID-19.
lus Laboris
In a press release dated 23 July 2020, the General Directorate responsible for small and medium-sized businesses (the ‘Direction générale des classes moyennes') recommended ...
ELVINGER HOSS PRUSSEN, société anonyme
On June 18, 2020, the Parliament voted two laws (Bills of law Nos. 7586 and 7587) providing for temporary procedural rules before courts, ...
lus Laboris
Luxembourg has introduced new measures relating to mask wearing, safety in the hospitality industry and a fast-track procedure for recruiting health care professionals. This article sets out details.
lus Laboris
According to a press release issued by the Finance Minister on 22 June 2020, Luxembourg and Belgium have agreed to extend the amicable agreement of 19 May 2020.
Arendt & Medernach
In line with the DAC 6 amendment, the bill provides for an extension of the reporting deadlines for the purposes of DAC 6 and Common Reporting Standards ("CRS").
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