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As published in The Sunday Times, June 21st 2020. The programme for government, which was published last week, includes proposals on the right of employees to disconnect from work. Colin Coyle of The Sunday Times discusses, featuring head of employment law, Patrick Walshe. Full article available here.

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Managing Partner, Philip Lee, features in the latest edition of Business Plus Magazine, ‘Law Firms Who’s Who’, where he discusses the firm’s recent development and growth. Read more here.

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Leading commercial law firms Philip Lee and McEvoy Corporate Law are pleased to announce the merger of both firms. The merger is due to complete over the coming weeks. McEvoy Corporate Law will be part of Philip Lee and will operate from Philip Lee’s head office at 7/8 Wilton Terrace, Dublin 2. The combined firm […]

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As published in The Currency, 27 April 2020. Philip Lee knows more than most about working in challenging circumstances. As a young lawyer, he worked in Honduras and Latin America in the late 1980s and early 1990s as Irish firm Fyffes was trying to gain a foothold in the banana market there. At the time, […]

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As published in The Irish Times, April 13th 2020. Corporate Partners John Given and Andreas McConnell speak to journalist Eoin Burke-Kennedy on the call for government to make temporary changes to insolvency laws for coronavirus-hit companies. To read the full article, please click here.

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Philip Lee Trainee Solicitor Darragh Bollard has won the Law Society Trainee Moot Court Competition.  Darragh and his team mate Eamonn Butler (Arthur Cox) were adjudicated the winning team in the final held on Wednesday 26 February 2020.  Darragh also picked up the accolade of Best Individual Advocate in the Final. The competition was before […]

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As published in the Business Post, February 23rd 2020. When whistleblowing legislation was introduced in 2014, many employers feared it might be abused. Those concerns remain, but a decision by the Labour Court in August last year offered grounds for optimism. In simple terms, the Protected Disclosures Act was designed to provide a high level […]

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Philip Lee is pleased to announce the appointment of Thomas O’Malley as Partner.  Thomas joins the Real Estate Department, current title holders of Property Law Firm of the Year and Leinster Property Law Firm of the Year.  Thomas specialises in commercial real estate with a focus on social housing and property development.  He acts for […]

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Partner and Head of EU and Competition Law, Ronan Dunne, was delighted to contribute to the latest edition of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe), providing an update on developments in Irish merger control law. Full report available here. Published by Lexxion, (CoRe 1/2020 Vol. 4).

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Partner Simon O’Neill was delighted to contribute the Ireland country report to the special 15 year anniversary edition of the IFN Islamic Finance guide. Simon’s article, on the progress of Islamic Finance in Ireland, can be accessed here.  

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