Johanne Mersch

Johanne Mersch

Johanne Mersch is a senior associate in Stibbe’s corporate and finance team.

She assists clients in business transactions and corporate law matters, including mergers and acquisitions, liquidations, migrations, restructurings, and joint ventures. She  alsoadvises international clients on their international restructurings and corporate transactions.

In parallel thereto, Johanne has expertise in technology, media, and telecommunications law (TMT) matters, with a focus on data protection and e-commerce.

Johanne graduated in European business law from the University of Nancy (2007-2008). She also obtained a degree in Magistère de juriste d’affaires européen from that same univeristy (2005-2008). She joined the Luxembourg office of Stibbe in 2011.

Johanne is a member of the Luxembourg Data Protection Association (Association pour la protection des données au Luxembourg) and the International Association of Lawyers (Union Internationale des Avocats).

  • Languages: French, English, German
  • Admitted to the Luxembourg Bar: 2012

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