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Global law firm DLA Piper has announced the appointment of Matthew Cole as a partner in the firm's corporate practice in Dublin. Mr Cole will join the firm at the end of 2020 from rival firm A&L Goodbody, where he is a corporate partner.  His practice focuses on M&A and equity capital m

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Employers have been urged to recognise the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on employees' mental health and ensure they have a robust mental health strategy and risk assessments in place. Ciara McLoughlin, head of employment for DLA Piper in Ireland, said the pandemic has exacerbated existing mental

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DLA Piper has urged Irish employers to take a "proactive approach" to their employees' mental wellbeing as Ireland slowly begins reopening society and business. The global law firm has published a new report on mental health in the workplace, covering a range of topics including the legal aspects of

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Law firm DLA Piper has set up a £150 million funding pot and joined the litigation financing market. The firm has struck a deal with a currently unnamed funder to create a fund which will be aimed at clients that want to shift the costs of litigation and arbitration off their balance sheets, T

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Global law firm DLA Piper will reportedly reopen its Dublin office early next month as public health restrictions are eased. The firm will began a phased return to work across its Ireland, UK and Middle East offices from 6 July, The Lawyer reports.

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The reopening of physical workplaces following the COVID-19 pandemic will raise complex data protection issues, DLA Piper Ireland has warned. As Ireland progresses over the coming months through the five phases of reopening the economy, data protection issues will arise in relation to issues includi

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A round-up of deals involving Irish law firms. Submit your deals to newsdesk@irishlegal.com. Arthur Cox has advised Illumina Ventures and HLM Venture Partners on their investment in a company aiming to produce and supply at-home COVID-19 testing kits.

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A round-up of deals involving Irish law firms. Submit your deals to newsdesk@irishlegal.com. Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin has played an integral role in the acquisition of e-learning company Logicearth Learning Services by international communications group, The Creative Engagement Group (TCE

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A round-up of deals involving Irish law firms. Submit your deals to newsdesk@irishlegal.com. European law firm Fieldfisher has advised Simply Blue Energy on a joint venture agreement with Total to develop floating wind projects in the Welsh waters off the Celtic Sea.

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European organisations have been fined €114 million (£97m) under the GDPR regime, DLA Piper has found. France, Germany and Austria top the rankings for the total value of GDPR fines imposed with just over €51m, €24.5 million and €18 million respectively.

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DLA Piper is moving its Dublin base to a 10,000 square-foot office on St Stephen's Green to accommodate a growing headcount, the global law firm has announced. The firm plans to reach a headcount of 50 by January 2020 and a practice of 100 lawyers and business professionals within a few years.

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A round-up of deals involving Irish law firms. Submit your deals to newsdesk@irishlegal.com. Matheson acted as Irish legal and tax counsel in connection with the $2 billion Juniper Receivables 2019-1 DAC securitisation of US auto contracts acquired by Ally Bank.

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Global law firm DLA Piper has announced the appointment of Kate Curneen, John Magee, Sean Murray and Graham Quinn as partners in the firm's recently-opened Dublin office. Ms Curneen and Mr Murray are joining the firm from Dillon Eustace, while Mr Magee and Mr Quinn are joining the firm from William

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DLA Piper's chairman emeritus, US Senator George Mitchell, arrived in Dublin this week for the official launch of the global law firm's Irish office. The Irish office, led by country managing partner David Carthy, has already made a number of significant partner hires and says it will continue to ex

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