I don't think there will be lawsuits but it's clear that how the court is managed will change.
So far we know the report speaks of the culture of "fear" and "anxiety" in staff members working for the court. Additionally, I have also read of reports of verbal and physical abuse by Grand Duchess.
Here in the US, employee abuse is a very serious matter and one not taken lightly. Is it the same in Luxembourg? Empowered by this report, can we see former employees coming forward and possible suing the Grand Ducal Couple and/or the Grand Duchess?
This all has the potential of opening up a massive can of worms
The PM will, on Wednesday, hold a special meeting with parliament to discuss this issue.
Thus far it was good to learn that in this report comparisons have been made with other Royal Courts in Europe, however the fact that the Grand Ducal Court hasn't paid for normal costs like postal costs, all telecommunications, neither were bills paid for the usage of water, electricity & gas was rather shocking for many journalists
Payment of royal transport + the 24/7 protection as well as maintenance of Colmar-Berg or the Luxembourg Town Palace were also done by other instances, which seems to have led to the fact that employees finally started to utter their grievances towards "management' as they were fired by "The Lady in the House" and not by their own superiors, who were not too eager to listen to complaints, even if those complaints have been there for many years and from various groups of employees......