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A new book on intellectual property in Luxembourg - 03/10/2012


Deloitte Luxembourg and Office Freylinger present their vademecum in English on the subject of intellectual property in Luxembourg. The publication is addressed to companies that perform research and development activities in Luxembourg as well as international investors that wish to establish themselves in Luxembourg.

Intellectual property is tightly linked to the competitivity and economical development of Luxembourg and the European Union. The book aims at  promoting the country’s numerous advantages abroad. It provides a practical guide to the key elements involved in implementing an efficient policy to manage intellectual property within a Luxembourg-based commercial company.

Intellectual property in Luxembourg

Thanks to a beneficial legislative and fiscal framework relating to intellectual property, Luxembourg has become a major player in this area. On the one hand, the well developed local legislation guarantees the protection of intellectual property rights, while on the other hand innovative companies receive support in the form of government incentives and a favourable tax regime.

The book’s authors, Jean-Philippe Bill and Bernard David (Deloitte Luxembourg) with Pierre Kihn and Olivier Laidebeur (Office Freylinger), have divided their analysis into 7 sections:

  1. A quick audit of existing intellectual property
  2. Protection tools – Luxembourg’s practical advantages
  3. Best practice
  4. Practical application
  5. Evaluating intellectual property
  6. Tax treatment of intellectual property in Luxembourg
  7. Accounting treatment of intellectual property in Luxembourg

Intellectual Property in Luxembourg” contains a foreword of the Minister of the Economy and Foreign Trade, Etienne Schneider, and is now available at the recommended retail price of €70.00 in all specialised bookshops or can be purchased directly from the publisher, Promoculture-Larcier, at

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