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With less than 60 days to go until the UK leaves the European Union, Irish contracting authorities should review their existing tenders and contracts to mitigate the possible impact of Brexit. Brexit (in any form) not only impacts UK companies delivering public contracts in Ireland but also Irish companies with UK entities in their supply […]

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This article first appeared in Irish Tax Review, Vol. 31 No. 3 (2018) © Irish Tax Institute.   In the midst of Brexit, Tax Partner Amanda-Jayne Comyn and Senior Associate Aoife Gillespie explore the main tax and immigration considerations for companies and individuals navigating a route to Ireland. Read the full article here.

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As published in the Times, July 2018. We keep hearing it: Brexit means Brexit. A hard Brexit. A soft Brexit. A cherry-picked, fantastical Brexit. Perhaps increasingly likely, a no-deal Brexit. This mess may be of the UK’s making, but borders are not impervious to spilt milk. Souring as it flows, that mess will meander its […]

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Corporate partner Andrew Tzialli speaks with Richard Curran, The Business RTE Radio 1, on the opening of our London office, Brexit opportunities and the impact it will have on the Irish economy.

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We are delighted to announce the opening of our first UK office in London in order to capitalise on the opportunities of Brexit, along with the appointment of five new partners to our head office in Dublin. The new appointments in London and Dublin bring the firm’s headcount to 150 across its Dublin, Brussels, San […]

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Leading global law firm network Multilaw, of which Philip Lee is the sole Irish member, has launched the “Brexposure” online self-assessment tool for businesses to be able to instantly evaluate their level of risk associated with Brexit. The tool is primarily aimed at owner managed businesses and SMEs with operations in the UK or EU […]

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Introduction With the close of the Premier League season, attention has quickly turned to the speculation of which star players will be bought by teams seeking to improve their squads over the offseason. Last summer, Premier League clubs spent over £1 billion on players (http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/37209664), with the highlight being the record transfer of Paul Pogba […]

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As published on Islamic Finance News, Wednesday 17 May 2017. Since the decision of the UK in June 2015 to leave the EU, there has been widespread speculation and discussion about the relocation of UK authorized financial institutions. In recent months before and after the UK government triggered Article 50 to leave the EU, several […]

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Brexit, Ireland and Commercial Contracts – Hedging the Risk.     As published in Silicon Valley Global, March 2017: Written by Ann Henry, a Partner and Commercial Litigator (specializing in Data and Intellectual Property) with Philip Lee in Dublin. She is ranked as a ‘leading individual’ in Ireland for Dispute Resolution, Legal 500 2016.   Arguably […]

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