Philippe NEY | Partner
Born in Luxembourg, May 1982
Philippe is specialised in employment and social law. He advises on all aspects of employment law (including litigation, negotiation of social plans and collective bargaining agreements, issues with staff delegation and joint works council, immigration, labour law questions in relation with restructurings, etc.).
He also advises clients on data protection matters (including due diligences at clients’ premises, assistance with CNPD applications, questions in relation with surveillance at the workplace, etc.).
He is a lecturer in employment law at the Luxembourg School of Commerce and is a regular speaker at seminars and training sessions (public and in-house).
L.L.M. (Droit international), University of Glasgow, 2006
Maîtrise en Droit des affaires, University of Strasbourg, 2005
English, French, German, Luxembourgish
Luxembourg Bar, admitted in 2007
Employment Law Specialists Association (E.L.S.A.), Luxembourg
Union Internationale des avocats (UIA), Member of the UIA Labour Law Commission
Droit d’établissement : les nouveautés essentielles apportées par la loi du 2 septembre 2011 réglementant l’accès aux professions d’artisan, de commerçant, d’industriel ainsi qu’à certaines professions libérales, Entreprises Magazine, April 2012 (Co-author)