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Me Glodt brings an extensive knowledge of the Luxembourg public sector and its regulatory environment to DSM and his experience in international relations as well as an unique legal expertise of the shipping sector.

During his 25 years in Government administration he advised ministers from different political borders at the Ministry of Labor and Social affairs, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade, the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of the Economy and External Trade. He set up the Luxembourg Maritime Administration in 1991 and acted as head of that department. This included the responsibility of drafting relevant legislation. The Maritime Administration was the first in Luxembourg, and one of the first in Europe to undergo an ISO 9001 certification. This project was selected to represent Luxembourg at the first International Conference on Best Administrative Practices.

He acted as government delegate with respect to several international organizations such as the EU, OCDE, IMO and ILO. He has extensive experience in leading negotiations.

He has served member and Vice-President of the Board of the National Railway Company and a Board Member of the European Maritime Safety Agency in Lisbon.

Marc Glodt studied International Law and European Law at Paris Assas and Paris Sorbonne.

He advises on International and European Law, Public and Administrative Law, Institutional relations and contract negotiation, Business and Commercial Law, legal compliance management. He focusses on the following economic sectors: public sector, including international, national and local administration issues, maritime sector, health and biotechnologies.

Me Glodt to take advantage of his experience in various fields by joining a practice well connected  at an international level. He chose to join the DSM law firm in Luxembourg, one of the best-known firms specializing in corporate law and dispute resolution in the financial marketplace. DSM is thus strengthening its capabilities in a continuing effort to develop its specialized practice areas to best serve its clientele.  DSM is one of the largest independent law firms in Luxembourg, with offices in Frankfurt (Germany).

DSM advises and represents companies and institutions from various sectors of industry and commerce, including banks and financial institutions, industrial manufacturing and refining companies, wholesale and retail distributors, advisory and service providers, real estate developers, brokers, builders and contractors, as well as individuals, and public bodies.

DSM has earned a national and international reputation as a “domestic firm offering top quality work” and as "a mid-sized firm with significant capability in acting on high-end transactions." (Legal 500).

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