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Jean-Luc Putz is a Partner in the Business Crime and Employment Law practice areas of Arendt & Medernach.
He specialises in criminal law, with a focus on cybercrime as well as white-collar, financial, and corporate crime, together with money laundering and corrupt practices issues.
Jean-Luc assists his clients at all levels of criminal risk management through the upstream assessment and avoidance of criminal risks related to their business; and by representing clients, whether as defendants, victims or merely involved parties, at all stages of criminal proceedings, including in the recovery of fraud proceeds through civil actions in the criminal courts.
Jean-Luc also has extensive knowledge in both individual and collective labour law.

  • 2002 Cours complémentaires, Université du Luxembourg.
  • 1998-2002 Master in Law. Maîtrise en droits français et allemand, University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (F).
  • Master in Law (L.L.M.) – Magister Legum, University of Cologne (D).

  • Lecturer at the University of Luxembourg.
  • Member of the board of the national labour law association (Employment Law Specialists Association Luxembourg,
  • Member of the European Labour Law Network.
  • Member of the „Institut Grand-Ducal“, a public-law academic institution founded in 1868 (
  • Member of the editorial group of the national labour law journal “JTL – Journal des Tribunaux Luxembourg”.
  • Member of the editorial group of a national legal publication on criminal law (Revue de Droit pénal, Legitech).
  • Member of the editorial group of a national legal publication on labour law (Revue Pratique de Droit Social , Legitech).

  • 2002-2007, 5 years lawyer at Luxembourg Bar 15 years as a magistrate