Véronique Hoffeld 

Véronique Hoffeld 

Advising , Loyens & Loeff
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Véronique has experience in advising on complex, high-value multi-jurisdictional litigation and arbitration cases, as well as in proceedings before the civil courts and arbitration tribunals. She focuses in particular on commercial disputes in financial and corporate litigation.

Together with her team, Véronique has been rewarded by various high-profile arbitration cases related to the recognition and enforcement of ICC arbitral awards. She advises on all aspects of real estate law, including the negotiation of contracts and litigation. Véronique’s experience in IP law includes working on multi-jurisdictional IP and commercial disputes involving patents, trademarks, distribution and agency agreements, and infringements of copyrights and designs.

She is listed as a Dispute Resolution Expert in Euromoney’s Benchmark Litigation 2019 directory. Véronique is the former president of the National Research Fund (FNR) of Luxembourg. On 1 January 2020, she was appointed president of the board of directors of the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER).

What others say about Véronique:

Chambers Europe: "Véronique Hoffeld (Band 2) frequently advises on cross-border disputes for clients in a range of sectors, including fashion, advertising and engineering, covering matters such as professional liability, market manipulation and distribution disputes."

Chambers Global: Véronique Hoffeld is a key contact for clients in real estate matters.

The Legal 500: "Véronique Hoffeld regularly handles IP litigation as part of her broad-ranging practice, and is a key member of the team."

@'Client-oriented' team head Véronique Hoffeld's diverse workload has recently included reviewing and updating lease agreements on behalf of a major multinational corporate with offices in Luxembourg, and representing an international bank on the sale of an office building in the centre of the country's financial district."

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