Geneva Leading Firm in Arbitration and Taxation Lump Sum
Other Offices: Brussels Paris
Law Firm OverviewLexial Law Firm in Geneva, Switzerland, was created in a spirit of innovation and with the desire to implement a distinctly modern approach to the practice of law. Lexial’s innovative geographical footprint allows the firm to serve clients from offices in Brussels, Paris and Geneva dealing with European and international legal issues.
In Geneva, the firm focuses on a limited number of areas of expertise law: Swiss tax lump sum, arbitration and business immigration.
Year this Office was Established: 2012
Languages: French, English.
Areas of Law
Areas of Law Description
- Business Immigration
In Brussels, Paris and Geneva, Lexial is the leading firm in the field of professional immigration for expatriated executives in assisting their employers in various steps for obtaining an authorization of occupation and a work permit, or in setting up a special tax regime for foreign executives, as well as in all legal aspects of the employment relationship and of daily life for these high level employees.
- Criminal and Political law
The firm developed a great expertise in assisting foreign clients prosecuted before Belgian and French criminal courts, at each step of proceedings including preliminary investigations and international or European arrest warrants. In Belgium we are also entitled to plea before Supreme Court in this field.
- Business and Employment
Lexial provides day-to-day assistance in a number of areas, including contracts, debt recovery, corporate issues, insurance matters, both on national and international levels. The firm has created a dedicated cost-controlled package specifically for SMEs, SME Solutions, which facilitates the budgeting of legal fees for smaller businesses that require day-to-day legal support.
- Brussels Bar Association
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Articles Published by Lexial
There is a Belgian paradox insofar as, every year, Belgium is ranked by OECD among the highest taxed countries, based on the ratio of the tax burden (state, regional and local taxes, social contributions) and gross domestic product; within the European Union, Belgium is also known for being the second country with the highest tax burden. But Deloitte and the European Commission refer to sophisticated mechanisms.Read Article
Business Immigration in Belgium and in France: New Rules in a Tense Situation, Full of Opportunities
Recent events in Paris and Brussels raised legitimate concerns on the side of applicants to business and professional immigration, particularly for those from Middle East. In addition to this context, legal reforms lead to revise the practice, constantly changing. However, as always, these changes are obvious opportunities for those who can adapt.Read Article
Although this residence card can be considered as very selective, it should be one of the first options to be analysed by foreign entrepreneurs who wish to run a business in France and to obtain residency in this country.Read Article
The law of 4 December 2012 “modifying the Code of Belgian Nationality in order to make the acquisition of the Belgian nationality neutral from the point of view of immigration” was published in the Belgian Official Gazette on 14 December 2012. It entered into force on 1st January 2013.Read Article
Obtaining the Belgian professional card is a compulsory step for non-EU citizens who plan to set up a company or to buy a running business in Belgium. With the work permit (for expats as employees) and the wealth card (for people who can prove that their financial means avoid them to work), professional card is also the best way to become a Belgian resident.Read Article
Belgium is an attractive country for business, thanks to a central geographic place in EU, a business friendly mentality and an international state of mind. Living on Belgian territory during a certain time is often useful to obtain Belgian citizenship, except if you can prove links with the country. CAUTION: RULES WILL CHANGE AS FROM JANUARY 2013Read Article