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The May 2013 edition of Addleshaw Goddard’s European Employment Law Update is available now.
Eversheds has elected Irish managing partner Alan Murphy as the chair of its network of associated international firms, Eversheds International, following the retirement of the previous chair David Gray.
The Life Sciences Law Review explores legal issues of special interest to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies in 27 jurisdictions.
A raft of Irish, UK and US firms have won roles on the battle for control of Irish biotechnology company Elan, which yesterday rejected an offer from Royalty Pharma.
Irish firm Mason Hayes & Curran has posted a 5 per cent rise in total revenue for the 2012 financial year, with turnover rising to €44.4m.
Irish firm Byrne Wallace is set to appear in the country’s Supreme Court this week in a bid to overturn a finding of professional negligence that led to a €17.7m damages bill.
Four of Ireland’s largest firms have taken roles on the €1.3bn (£1.1bn) sale of Irish state-owned pensions company Irish Life to Canada’s Great-West Lifeco.
The Irish government’s go-to law firm Arthur Cox has picked up almost half of the legal fees paid out by the state in the last five years.
Irish firm advises KPMG on liquidation of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC).
Arthur Cox has completed five years of work acting for the Irish government with today’s confirmation that a deal has been struck to restructure the nation’s bank debt.
Allen & Overy (A&O) and McCann Fitzgerald have won lead roles as Ireland’s state-owned energy provider Bord Gáis Éireann (BGE) prepares to sell off its energy business in the first major asset sale by the Irish government.
A new survey shows positivity is trickling back in to Ireland’s legal market as a recovering economy draws work their way, even in the notorious property sector...
Irish firm Mason Hayes & Curran has appointed a new London office head after the previous holder of the role John Kettle moved to Brisbane firm McCullough Robertson.
Irish firm A&L Goodbody has established a team of lawyers dedicated to advising German clients on doing business in Ireland, as well as Irish clients doing business in Germany.
Irish firm Johnsons Solicitors has steered a settlement for X Factor judge Louis Walsh, who has accepted €500,000 (£404,000) in libel damages from Matheson client The Sun over false sex assault allegations published last year.
Indian firm Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co has hired the head of William Fry’s competition and regulation practice as a senior adviser.
Irish firm Matheson Ormsby Prentice (MOP) has announced that it is rebranding as Matheson in response to a growing international client base.
Maples and Calder is launching a dedicated in-house Irish advocacy team, ahead of changes to Irish legislation that are likely to open up High Court advocacy to the solicitors’ profession.
Ireland has always prided itself on its innovation and two sectors attracting large-scale global investment as a result are technology and agriculture.
Eversheds is removing itself from a major piece of Irish litigation after its clients said they could no longer fund the firm’s costs.