Marianne Rau is a Partner in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution, in the Administrative Law, Property, Construction & Environment and in the Private Wealth practices of Arendt & Medernach.

Marianne practices general commercial litigation, with experience spanning many industries and areas of practice including complex commercial and corporate disputes (contractual disputes, transportation, supply of goods and services, shareholder and investor disputes and invoice recovery). She has strong expertise in civil liability and insurance coverage disputes (professional liability, construction, medical matters, major accidents and personal injuries).

Marianne’s expertise encompasses civil and inheritance law and she assists clients in estate litigation matters and legal disputes between inheritors in particular. She has developed her expertise in these areas both in an advisory capacity and acting as counsel to her clients, both corporate and private, before various courts.

In addition, she also has significant experience in public and regulatory law advising parties involved notably in the financial, energy, telecom and postal service sectors.

She has been a member of the Luxembourg Bar since 1999.

She was a member of the Luxembourg Bar Council in 2008/2009 and has served in the Disciplinary and Administrative Council of the Luxembourg and Diekirch Bar Associations since 2015.

Marianne Rau holds a Masters’ degree in private law with a major in business law (Maîtrise en Droit Privé, mention Droit des Affaires) from the university Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (France).

Experts publications:

– A contribution to the Luxembourg Chapter in the twelfth edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to Litigation & Dispute Resolution, published by Global Legal Group, in association with CDR (2019)

– A contribution to the Luxembourg Chapter in the second edition of The Legal Aspects of EU Energy Regulation, October 2016

The Consolidation of Energy Law Across Europe, edited by Prof. P.D. Cameron and Prof. R.J. Heffron (Oxford University Press, January 2016)

Languages: English, French, German, Luxembourgish.

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