Ronnen Gaito is singled out by peers as a key name in Luxembourg's M&A market, particularly for international corporate and financial transactions.
RJ Gaito is peased to announce the appointment of Gwendoline Bella as a litigation partner. Gwendoline is highly experienced as a dispute resolution lawyer; she represents Luxembourg and international clients from the first instance courts to the Luxembourg Supreme Court.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on July 16, 2020, delivered its latest judgment in Max Schrems’ case against Facebook Ireland Ltd. and Data Protection Commissioner (Ireland) (Max Schrems II). In a landmark decision, the CJEU struck down the European Union United States of America (EU-US) Privacy Shield scheme as a mechanism allowing US commercial companies to transfer and store EU personal data in the US...
Our client, a leader in the software industry, recently prevailed in the Luxembourg Court of Appeal and received a favorable judgment that tacitly reconfirms a Supreme Court judgment (“Cour de Cassation”) of January 24, 2020. The judgment is of particular importance since it touches upon the essential elements of Luxembourg commerce and contract law and we were gratified that the Luxembourg Court of Appeal followed our reasoning.
Faced with the prospects of a severe global pandemic, we want to draw our clients’ attention to the implications of an inability to perform contractual obligations and consequently finding themselves or counterparties in potential breach of contract situation(s).
Data Protection is now in full swing and has extensive extraterritorial effects outside the EU. It is a complex matter which we want to highlight and which we wish to reiterate in this update.
IFLR1000 has recognized RJ Gaito as a distinguished Luxembourg transactional practice. See https://www.iflr1000.com/Firm/RJ-Gaito/Profile/34072
Ronnen J. Gaito receives recognition and recommendation from Who’s Who Legal for corporate transaction and M&A
On 13 January 2019 – with the 4th 'AML Directive' of May 2015 (the AML Directive), Luxembourg introduced a Register of Beneficial Owner ('RBO') (a.k.a Registre des Bénéficiaires Effectifs).
The law of 13 January, 2019 (the 'Law'), published on 15 January 2019, established the RBO thereby transposing article 30 of the AML Directive.