09 Feb, 2012
WILDGEN, Partners in Law, a leading business Luxembourg-based law firm, is delighted to announce the latest career moves company: David Maria and Anne-Laure Jabin were elected to partnerships and four Directors and three Senior Associates were appointed.
David Maria, Partner in charge of WILDGEN’s Tax Department, has gained years of sound experience working on tax planning, international taxation, and corporate law. His expertise recognised by his peers and clients, he continues to bolster the firm’s tax practice, keeping Wildgen as a forerunner on the global scene.
Anne-Laure Jabin has been appointed Partner too. She contends with contentious and non-contentious employment matters and has vast experience in administrative law. As an expert, Anne-Laure is frequently invited as a conference speaker; she is also in charge of the drafting of the JurisNews – Regard sur le Droit Administratif, a monthly publication focused on administrative law.
WILDGEN has strengthened its Dispute Resolution and Business Litigation teams with two new directorships. Recently appointed are Jackye Elombo and Vincent Bolard. Expert in many realms of civil and commercial litigation, Jackye offers a broad range of experience in Contract Law, Labour Law, and Social Security matters. Vincent, member of the Comité Français de l’Arbitrage, has for his part become an expert in international arbitration. Gregor H. Berke, whose strong knowledge about investment funds, capital markets and banking & finance regulation is well-established in Luxembourg and beyond, has also been appointed as a Director. To round out the directorships, we add Mevlüde-Aysun Tokbag who, along with her primary focus in Banking & Finance, is fully seasoned in Capital Markets, Investment Funds, and Insurance matters.
Three lawyers have been promoted to Senior Associates: Laurie-Anne Takerkart-Wolf and Luis Marques Guilherme, both of whom specialise in Corporate law and M&A, and Eric Perru whose expertise includes debt collection matters, civil and commercial litigation.