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Ask the Experts: Joram Moyal
Luxembourg Legal Expert
Luxembourg Legal Expert
‘Very pleasant to deal with’, MOYAL & SIMON fields the popular Joram Moyal, who demonstrates ‘strong commitment and extensive industry knowledge’ and ‘gets the job done’
Joram qualified with both German law exams from the University of Trier giving access to the legal profession in 2001. In between his exams he worked at the Portuguese Constitutional Court in Lisbon. He started working in Luxembourg in 2001 and was admitted to the Luxembourg Bar as Avocat à la Cour in 2003. In 2006 he registered as Rechtsanwalt in Germany and through his studies at the reputable College of Law qualified as a Solicitor in England & Wales in 2010.
Joram specialises in corporate law, M&A and banking. In addition he defends cases of civil and administrative law in court and covers labour law, immigration law and debt collection matters.
Before joining M&S as a founding partner Joram was a sole practitioner for his own firm, working in the corporate department for a well-established Luxembourg business law firm for several years, worked as legal counsel of a Luxembourg trust company and managed a boutique law firm specializing in corporate and tax law.
Joram has represented Fortune 500 companies and private clients with respect to M&A transactions. He also advised international businesses on, inter alia, corporate restructuring, partnerships, internal financing, international sale of shares, and acquired significant experience in commercial litigation and cases of labour and immigration law.
Joram is a pro bono member of the Arbitrational Court of the German Central Council of Jewish Communities and a tutor for an NGO defending the rights of mentally handicapped people.
He is board member of Ars Legis, a network of German speaking business lawyers and Luxembourg representative of EuroCollectNet an association of European business lawyers specializing in cross border debt collection.
Joram speaks English, French, German, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian, Luxembourgish and some Hebrew and Italian.
+352 28 80 18
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