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Best Lawyers 2017

Thursday, March 30, 2017

We are delighted to announce Anne Bateman, Ann Henry and Gavin McGuire have all been ranked in Best Lawyers in Ireland 2017.

Anne Bateman has been ranked in Best Lawyers in Ireland 2017 in the practice areas of Litigation and Intellectual Property Law.
Anne is a recognised Irish expert in intellectual property law, technology law, data protection and privacy and in the area of life sciences (pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and medical devices). Anne specialises in privacy law and is CIPP/E certified (Certified Privacy Information Professional) (GDPR included). She does both contentious and non-contentious work, including regulatory and advisory work, in these areas.

Ann Henry has been ranked in the Best Lawyers in Ireland 2017 in the practice areas of Litigation, Intellectual Property Law and Regulatory Law.
Ann is a partner with Philip Lee, she is a commercial litigator specialising in disputes concerning contract law, data law, intellectual property rights and regulatory law. Ann is particularly well known for her expertise in handling complex commercial disputes having acted for a number of the world’s leading brand owners. She has unrivalled experience in regulatory law having advised clients in various high profile cases across a range of sectors from financial to electronic communications, including representing clients in regulatory enforcement actions.

Gavin McGuire has been ranked in the Best Lawyers in Ireland 2017 in the practice area of Tax Law.
Gavin is a consultant in the tax department and advises the firm’s clients on tax issues in corporate transactions, tax planning, tax litigation and dealing with Revenue.
Gavin has wide ranging expertise in corporate law and commercial transactions, corporation tax, income tax, capital gains tax, stamp duty, value added tax and Revenue enquiries. Gavin regularly advises on the tax and commercial aspects of M&A transactions, corporate finance, private equity and inward investment.