Philippe-Emmanuel Partsch is the partner in charge of the European and Competition law practice of Arendt & Medernach. He also specialises in European Banking and Financial law.
He is notably a Professor of European Banking and Financial law at the University of Liège (Belgium) and the author of a book on European Banking and Financial law “Droit bancaire et financier européen” (Ed. Larcier; 2009)
Prior to joining Arendt & Medernach, he was a Legal Secretary at the European Court of Justice of the European Union for almost 10 years (alongside Judge René Joliet; and afterwards Judge Melchior Wathelet, currently General Advocate at the CJEU). In charge of more than 100 cases and involved in hundred of other cases, he acquired a deep knowledge and insightful of the case law of the European courts (CJEU, GC, CST, EFTA Court) and its evolution.
Holding a Doctorate in Law from the University of Liège and from the University Robert Schuman of Strasbourg (France), he is the author of numerous articles on European law, private international law, company law and arbitration law.