Luxembourg’s valuable assets in research and development (R&D), IP exploitation, and taxation have increased investors’ interest for Luxembourg financial center. Together with the assistance of lawyers specialising in litigation, arbitration, tax, and corporate law, Emmanuelle Ragot, head of the WILDGEN’s practice area, offers cutting-edge expertise on IP and TMT issues as she guides her clients through Luxembourg added-values.
Samia Rabia, Partner, comments: “Through two decades of practice in Paris, London, and Luxembourg, Emmanuelle has built an unrivalled and recognised expertise when it comes to protecting her clients’ interests. Focused on both litigation and advisory work, Emmanuelle represents high-profile local and international companies. With her 20 years of experience, our clients will receive first-class service in this area.”
Emmanuelle’s activity focuses on data protection and general regulatory work, including unfair trades, e-commerce, licensing, and internet-related issues, as well as on niche areas, such as cybersquatting, cloud computing, sports law, and life science. Member of the Benelux Council for Intellectual Property since 2008 and a World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) expert in Intellectual Property Rights, Ragot’s professionalism makes her an IP/TMT key player in Luxembourg while promoting the Grand Duchy’s attractiveness in this industry sector.
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WILDGEN, Partners in Law, established in 1923, is today one of the best known and largest law firms in Luxembourg. Its activities are focused on financial and business law and its 100 experts are fully-committed to the success of its clients.