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Matheson hires senior lawyers from KPMG and Accenture as it targets tech transformation work

Recruits also arrive from A&L Goodbody and DLA Piper adding three partners and a counsel across firm's Dublin and London offices

McCann Fitzgerald becomes an LLP as it elects new managing partner

Irish firm latest of Big Seven to change legal status; Stephen Holst set to take over next April from Barry Devereux

Lawyers from Trussardi and Loro Piana to debate influencer marketing’s impact on luxury sector

Webinar hosted by Luxury Law Alliance and Bird & Bird will explore ‘trends, tips and opportunities’

Legal ops startup Brightflag acquires Orrick's first legaltech spinoff

Deal marks first acquisition by Brightflag as well as the first time an Orrick spinoff has been purchased

The Global Legal Post launches online fashion law comparative guide

First of new series of Law Over Border guides showcases fast-developing fashion law

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Irish legal community asks lawyers to support fleeing Afghan legal professionals

The Law Society of Ireland creates community support model to support those fleeing from the Taliban regime

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EY hires former Eversheds Sutherland Ireland managing partner to launch Irish legal practice

Alan Murphy will head the new unit, which is planning further senior hires in the coming months

William Fry borrows from dispersed firm model to offer revenue share deals to senior lawyers

Top Irish firm unveils 'unique' fully flexible contract alongside new lawyer resourcing service for clients

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Irish law society director slams health minister's 'distasteful' comments on legal profession

Politician said law firms were 'potentially licking their lips' at the prospect of suing the state following a cyberattack

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Secerna taps former Accenture in-house counsel for new Dublin office

Dermot Roche to lead IP specialist's first office outside the UK, intended to support international growth post Brexit

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Taylor Wessing becomes latest UK firm to plan Ireland expansion following EU exit

Firm plans to open in Dublin with a focus on tech and healthcare

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Hogan Lovells is latest firm to open in Dublin in response to Brexit

While move aids international firm's access to EU courts, it also sees 'new opportunities' in Irish capital

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Ashurst opens Dublin office to maintain its EU competition law practice

New Irish rules prevent dual-qualified lawyers practising in Ireland without a physical presence in the country

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Brightflag secures $28m investment as legaltech firm eyes global expansion

Cash will be used to add 60 new jobs and accelerate product innovation

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Burges Salmon opens Dublin arm as post-Brexit realities bite

Move will ensure the Bristol-based firm can continue offering trade mark services in trading bloc

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Ireland seeks to woo US businesses as EU legal base post-Brexit

Government-backed initiative follows decision to block bid by English and Welsh lawyers to preserve EU access

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Seventeen lawyers make history as Ireland's first solicitors to become Senior Counsel

Top Irish firms are represented as the SC rank is opened up to the solicitors' branch of the profession

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Dentons delays launch of Dublin office due to Covid-19

Plans for opening of 'fully operational' Irish branch in Q2 are put back to September

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Irish courts thrown into confusion over 'bizarre' two-hour hearing rule

Clarity sought over policy for physical court appearances after surprise ruling that sittings could not last for more than two hours

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McCann FitzGerald and William Fry cut pay as Covid-19 reverses Brexit optimism in Ireland

Dr David Cowan reports on how the Irish legal profession is responding to coronavirus

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