Philippe NEY


Philippe NEY is a Partner in the Employment and Social department. Prior to joining the firm in 2010, he worked at a magic circle firm in Luxembourg for 4 years.


He advises on all aspects of employment law including litigation, negotiation of social plans and collective bargaining agreements, issues with staff delegation, immigration, and labour law questions in relation with restructurings. He also advises clients on data protection matters (compliance, assistance with CNPD audits, management of data breaches and third party access requests etc.).


In addtion to his legal practice, Philippe is a lecturer in employment law at the House of Training and is a regular speaker at seminars and training sessions (both public and in-house).

L.L.M. (International Law), University of Glasgow, 2006

Master's degree in Business Law, 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 Labour Law Commission

Legal500 EMEA, 2024 - Recommended lawyer, Employment




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