COVID-19: DSM alongside you to assist with all COVID-19 issues

The Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has led to a public health crisis without precedent requiring the Luxembourg government to declare a state of emergency and adopt numerous measures to protect the population, others to neutralise as much as possible its effects on administrative and judicial procedures, and finally measures aimed at supporting the economy. This situation has, and will continue to have, serious repercussions which will raise legal issues for companies in the Grand Duchy.

At DSM, our teams are available to answer your questions and assist you with difficulties you may currently be experiencing.

Our lawyers and staff are fully operational while working remotely, are available by telephone and email. Our lawyers will respond to your questions and advise you on the measures to take in this unprecedented and constantly evolving context. The contact information for DSM’s lawywers can be found here.

We are mobilising all of our professional know-how to provide the best answers to your questions. See our lawyers’ articles to help you understand the measures taken by the Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (in particular the Grand-Ducal Regulation of 18 March 2020 (Règlement grand-ducal du 18 mars 2020) introducing a series of measures in the fight against COVID-19 and declaring a state of emergency, as amended,  Grand-Ducal Regulation of 20 March 2020 (Règlement grand-ducal du 20 mars 2020) introducing measures on the holding of meetings for companies and other legal persons as well as the Law of 24 March 2020 (Loi du 24 mars 2020) extending the state of emergency, as well as the Coronavirus COVID-19 Economic Stabilisation Programme) and the impact of this crisis from a legal perspective:

Know that you have our greatest support and that we are mobilised alongside you to surmount this crisis. Take good care of yourselves and those close to you!

Mario Di StefanoRenaud Le SquerenMarie-Paule GillenJérôme Bach et Alban Colson.
DSM Avocats à la Cour