Training Session

Friday
Jul 12, 2019
11:00 AM

To

Friday
Jul 12, 2019
12:30 PM
Where ?
Arendt House
41A, Avenue John F. Kennedy
L-2082 Luxembourg-Kirchberg
Luxembourg
Who ?
Speakers
Ariel Devillers

Objectives

In this session you will learn why silence is often not the best reaction to receiving “suspicious invoices” or “unsolicited business correspondence”.

Content

  • The legal definition of an invoice
  • The principle of the invoice and accepted commercial correspondence
  • Concrete examples and debates in current case law
  • Questions & answers

Speaker

Ariel Devillers (Senior Associate, Dispute Resolution, Arendt & Medernach).

Target Group

Traders, accountants and anyone interested in the topic.

Duration

1,5 hours.

Language

English

Price

€180

 

For any information, please contact us by e-mail institute@arendt.com

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Ariel Devillers

Ariel Devillers is a senior associate in the dispute resolution practice of Arendt & Medernach. He specialises in civil and commercial law, advising domestic and international clients on corporate, commercial and financial disputes. He has been a member of the Luxembourg Bar since 2012 and serves on the subcommittee on economic law focusing on class actions. Ariel Devillers has been a member of the board of directors of the Nederlands Handelsforum Luxemburg (the equivalent of the Dutch Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg) since 2016, and currently serves as chairman. Ariel holds a Master of Laws degree (LLM) in law and economics from University College London, as well as a Master of Laws degre...

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