Dla Piper

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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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DLA Piper's non-US revenue for the year to 30 April 2018 rose by five per cent to £42.2 million, £29m of which related to the UK business. Profits increased by £11.4m to £315.8m, while operating costs rose to £31.9m to £600.5m.

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DLA Piper has announced the appointment of four new partners and three legal directors from rival Irish firms to its newly-opened Dublin office. Conor Houlihan will lead the firm's finance and projects practice in Ireland, while Éanna Mellett joins the corporate team, Mark Rasdale joins the i

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UCD Sutherland School of Law has named Vincent Keaveny, partner at DLA Piper, as recipient of the 2018 UCD Alumni Award in Law. The UCD Alumni Awards recognise the outstanding achievements of alumni who "uphold values that UCD holds dear – integrity, excellence, collegiality, engagement, creat

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DLA Piper was among victims of a global cyber attack this week in which the perpetrators demanded a ransom in bitcoins to release data locked by a software worm. DLA Piper is the largest law firm in the world by revenue, posting £1.5 billion last year. The firm has more than 1,000 partners, of whic

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Plans to open a DLA Piper office in Dublin are at a “fairly advanced” stage, according to one of the global firm's senior partners. Juan Picon, senior partner of DLA Piper's international limited liability partnership (LLP), which covers the firm's non-US business, told Legal Week that opening a

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