Solid foundations

The firm was founded in 1995 by Charles DURO and has continuously built up authority and recognition as an international business law practice. In order to optimize our efficiency, the law firm’s activities are oriented towards the field of services covering a range of legal practise areas for the business and industry sector and we have concentrated litigation services around tax (income tax and VAT), commercial law, shareholders litigation and labour law.

A cross-disciplinary and international approach to business law

Our lawyers work in team, according to their specialization and complementary and taking account the nature of the case, which enable us to offer our clients a global and cross-disciplinarily solution.

The working languages of the firm are French, English, German, Italian, and Luxemburgish.

Our values


Professionalism

We are known for our fundamental professional value of precision in the analysis and the treatment of our files. We provide efficient services and answers to the needs of our clients composed of company managers, investors, promoters and private clients guaranteeing them discretion and confidentiality.

Availability

We have as ambition to be available to our clients and we commit ourselves to treat each request with the same diligence, and to provide all our firm’s resources in order to respect our clients’ deadlines.

Independence

DURO & PARTNERS has elected for independence, focusing on internal growth. The aim behind this development is specialization, which is the only way to render efficient and diligent services, whichever the firm’s size is.

News


Bill 7566 extending the measures concerning the holding of meetings in companies and other legal entities and bill 7541 extending the deadlines for filing and publication of annual accounts, consolidated accounts and related reports during a state of crisis

The bills follow the declaration of the state of crisis of 18 March 2020 and the measures taken in the context of the fight against Covid-19 and are intended to introduce certain temporary derogations from the provisions of company law and company accounting law Read more

Transposition of the directive DAC 6 into Luxembourg law

Within the framework of administrative cooperation in the field of taxation, the European Union has adopted directives so-called "DAC", the aim of which is to set up exchanges of information between the various Member States in the field of direct taxation. Read more