Kane Tuohy

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Kane Tuohy employment lawyer Triona Cody welcomes a ruling from the Supreme Court on mandatory retirement ages in a case brought by a sheriff who sought to continue in the role past the age of 70. The recent Supreme Court decision in Seamus Mallon v The Minister for Justice, Ireland, and The Attorne

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Kane Tuohy LLP has appointed Adrian Burke as chair of the firm's partnership. Mr Burke is a corporate finance lawyer with a distinguished career spanning over 30 years in A&L Goodbody, where his practice focused on strategic advice to Irish and international corporate and financial institution c

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Kane Tuohy LLP has appointed Triona Cody as a senior associate in the firm's employment and litigation department. Ms Cody is an employment law specialist with more than 10 years' experience. She advises corporates, SMEs, public bodies, not-for-profit organisations and individual private clients.

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Kane Tuohy LLP has welcomed Kate Marquis as a senior associate in the firm's real estate department. Ms Marquis brings a wealth of experience to the firm with over 20 years’ experience in both commercial and residential property.

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Sarah Reynolds has been appointed as managing partner of Kane Tuohy LLP, succeeding Cómhnall Tuohy from the start of next year. Ms Reynolds joined the firm as a trainee solicitor in 2009 and now heads up its commercial and data protection department, a role she will maintain while leading the

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Grainne Loughnane has joined Kane Tuohy LLP as a partner as the commercial law firm joins forces with her real estate and litigation team from Hatstone (Ireland) LLP. Ms Loughnane, who was managing partner at Hatstone and previously Tully Rinckey Ireland, now joins existing Kane Tuohy partners Sarah

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