The 21st Sommet du droit, held on 8 July in Paris, was attended by more than 1,000 people who caught conferences, a “legal tech show” and the presentation of the Trophées du droit. These awards recognise “the excellence of the most successful business law specialists”.
A “best international law firms” category allows North African, Belgian, Swiss and Luxembourg law firms to be distinguished. This year, Brucher Thieltgen & Partners was awarded the Gold Trophy. The jury cited the firm’s “capacity for innovation, its management of equality within its teams and its reasonable management of growth”.
“This is a great reward for all our employees who constantly deliver high quality work,” said Nicolas Thieltgen, managing partner. “This award is a concrete expression of our commitment to our clients and our desire to provide them with our unique expertise in the Luxembourg market. The fact that our firm has been awarded two years in a row proves our leadership. We are proud that our qualities have been recognised again this year by Leaders League.”
Last year, the firm received a special mention.
Brucher Thieltgen & Partners was founded in 2006 and its expertise in business law, and particularly in business litigation, has grown considerably over the last two years. With the recruitment of eight additional lawyers last year, it now has a team of 35.