We make your business, our business

At AMMC Law, we are entrepreneurs too. We are a top-15 Luxembourg law firm, whose partners take pride to maintain a "hands on" approach. Our clients include Fortune 500 companies, mid-size businesses, institutional investors, private equity houses and individuals. 

Our legal services cover all legal and tax practices, including corporate law/M&A, tax, banking and finance, investment management, litigation, employment law, IP/IT and trade and commerce.

Our clients praise our firm's ability to respond speedily and accurately to urgent requests driven by tight deadlines and to clarify the risk assessment you require to make an informed decision.

Through our New York representative office, we offer close assistance to our clients located in North and South America.

International Tax Planning

James O’Neal will speak about Understanding how Reporting under CRS/FATCA and US Tax Aspects impact Foreigners using the USA for Wealth Management and Business in their structure at the “STEP Benelux Cocktail Meeting re FATCA” (Society of Trust and Estate Practioners) in Luxembourg on 24 January 2017 at the offices of Maitland (Luxembourg) S.A. at 58 rue Charles Martel, L-2134 Luxembourg. The presentation will start at 18:30.

Employment law

Our team supports, advises and represents its clients throughout their employment relationships. Businesses, managers and employees: our team, with its strong international experience, is able to advise you in particular upon: international mobility: expatriation, secondment and obtaining a work permit; contracts: employment contracts, consultancy agreements and contracts for...

26.10.2017 12:15 RT @Chris_AMMCLaw: UE Case C-106/16: Transfers of registered office + no change in the location of real head off., are covered by the ...
26.10.2017 12:11 RT @Chris_AMMCLaw: UE Case C-106/16: Member States may not impose liquidation on Cies that wish to transfer their registered office to ...
26.10.2017 12:11 RT @Chris_AMMCLaw: Dt UE aff. C-106/16: Un État Mbre ne peut pas imposer une liquidation aux Stés qui transfèrent leur siège statutaire ...