GILC adds Luxembourg’s MOLITOR to network

Global Insurance Law Connect has today announced that independent Luxembourg law firm MOLITOR Avocats à la Cour has become a member of its legal network, taking the insurance law network of specialists to 16 members.

GILC chairman, Jim Sherwood (pictured) commented: “MOLITOR is an independent law firm based in Luxembourg with a wide international network. They are recognised by local and international clients for their expertise in disputes involving Luxembourg law. Their strong local focus, combined with ability to service international insurance clients makes them the perfect fit for our network, and we are delighted to welcome them to the group.”

Managing Partner at MOLITOR, Michel Molitor, added: “We are pleased to be joining the GILC network, which brings us a new international partnership with other like-minded specialist law firms. Luxembourg is a small country, but has an international financial services profile, with many insurers represented here. We look forward to working with the network’s clients to deliver legal intelligence and advice on issues in this market.”


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