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Marc Elvinger joined the firm after running a private practice for ten years.
Marc has extensive experience in commercial and civil litigation as well as in international arbitration. He also has a wide practice in administrative law and litigation, including matters such as public procurement, immigration law, urbanism and environment. Besides litigation, he practices contract, company and banking law on a regular basis.
Marc has published on a wide variety of matters relating to, inter alia , human rights, administrative law, banking law and construction law.
Career and memberships
Member of the Conseil de l’Ordre of the Luxembourg Bar from 1992 to 1994.
Chairman of the Conférence du Jeune Barreau de Luxembourg in 1994-1995.
Member of the Luxembourg Bar since 1985.
DEA (diploma of in-depth studies) in international conflict law from the Robert Schuman University in Strasbourg (France).
DEA (diploma of in-depth studies) in development law from the Université René Descartes – Paris V (France).
Master of Law from the University Aix en Provence (France).
- Meeting the challenges of the evolving economic, legal and regulatory environments for impact investing
- Luxembourg microfinance investment vehicles – Which European framework for microfinance investment funds?
- Recent case law lessons on deferment of payment in the financial sector
- Action for annulment brought by a manager against a CSSF decision in terms of authorization
- The responsibility of technical inspection bodies in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
- Minorities in business law
- Conflicts between the obligation of banking secrecy instituted by Luxembourg law and the obligation of declaration imposed by a foreign law
- Legal Guide to International Arbitration 2010 – Luxembourg
- Legal Guide to Corporate Recovery and Insolvency 2010 – Luxembourg