Luxembourg, 9 May 2018 - Arendt & Medernach has the pleasure of announcing the appointment of 5 new Counsels and 11 new Senior Associates. The promotions demonstrate the firm's commitment to strengthening the practice areas in which the new Senior Associates operate.


Bank Lending & Structured Finance, Capital Markets


Lynn Alzin 
Counsel


Corporate Law, Mergers & Acquisitions


Blazej Gladysz 
Senior Associate


Philippe Harles 
Senior Associate


Betty Kizimalé-Grant 
Senior Associate


Corporate Law, Mergers & Acquisitions - IP, Communication & Technology


Astrid Wagner 
Counsel

Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Evelyne Lordong 
Senior Associate


Litigation & Dispute Resolution - Administrative Law, Property, Construction & Environment


Martial Barbian 
Counsel


Investment Management


Magali Hardy-Belon  
Counsel


Mélanie Martin 
Senior Associate


Stefan Staedter 
Senior Associate


Private Equity & Real Estate

Simone Baier 
Counsel


Olivier Harles 
Senior Associate


Tax


Alexandra Clouté 
Senior Associate


Philipp Jost 
Senior Associate


Claire Schmitt 
Senior Associate


Benjamin Tempelaere 
Senior Associate

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