The firm works closely with peers and clients based in the UK.
In 2018 we made a strategic decision to open a London office to offer a wider range of services, build closer relationships and to address the changing landscape in light of Brexit. The firm works closely with UK companies requiring legal support in Ireland and also with companies with business interests in the UK.
The 30th floor of the centrally located Leadenhall Building (affectionately known as “The Cheesegrater”), is now home to a team of our lawyers. Headed by partners Bernard McEvoy and Andrew Tzialli our London office adds an important dimension to our firm’s international network and allows us to provide a fully comprehensive service to our internationally focused clients to address their legal requirements in the UK.
From our London office, we advise companies and individuals within a broad spectrum of practice areas and sectors, including:
- Banking and Finance
- Blockchain and Crypto Assets
- Dispute Resolution
- Energy and Natural Resources
- Food and Beverage
- Media and Entertainment
- Pharma and Life Science
- Private Equity
- Venture Capital
News and insights
Experian ranks Philip Lee as a top 10 M&A legal advisor in Ireland for 2022
Key Contact: Andreas McConnell - Partner | Eoghan Doyle - Partner Philip Lee has been ranked as a top 10 M&A legal advisor by deal volume in the Irish market in Experian’s MarketIQ United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland M&A Review for 2022. We are delighted...
Global warming: the real enemy
Key Contact: Alice Whittaker - Partner | Lev Gantly - Partner | Maeve Delargy - Senior Associate Published in Eolas Magazine, 16 February 2023. Alice Whittaker, Lev Gantly and Maeve Delargy feature in the Offshore Wind Report in the latest Eolas Magazine, discussing...
“The heat is on” – District heating in Ireland
Key Contact: Hugh Cummins - Partner Ireland’s heating sector currently faces major decarbonisation challenges given its reliance on fossil fuels. Swift and decisive action is required if the sector is to meet its share of reductions to achieve the target of halving...