Mason Hayes & Curran LLP has appointed Dorit McCann as a partner in the firm's procurement, competition and antitrust teams. Ms McCann brings 25 years of local and international experience to the business law firm. She is renowned for her advice in EU competition law, drawn from her cross border
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Mason Hayes & Curran LLP has been named Leading Legal/Financial Consultancy of the Year at the 2023 Irish Wind Industry Awards. Sponsored by SSE Renewables, the awards celebrate the very best within the Irish wind industry and the commitment of key stakeholders to cutting carbon emissions and ma
Almost three-quarters of Irish tech companies would use generative AI like ChatGPT in their business, according to a survey by business law firm Mason Hayes & Curran. The survey also found that sales and marketing is the business function most likely to be affected by AI in the future (31 per ce
A new survey by Mason Hayes & Curran finds that cyber bullying is an issue for more than 89 per cent of schools, with 16 per cent saying it is an issue “frequently” and 73 per cent citing “occasionally”. The business law firm polled more than 100 educators and school lead
Property professionals want the new An Coimisiún Pleanála to be required to determine planning appeals within 16 weeks, according to a new survey by Mason Hayes & Curran LLP. The business law firm polled more than 250 agents, developers and property managers at its recent real esta
Mason Hayes & Curran LLP has appointed Neil Campbell as its new head of financial services. Mr Campbell succeeds Will Carmody, who led the business law firm's financial services team from 2018 until his recent appointment as the firm's managing partner.
Mason Hayes & Curran is to provide free period products for its staff and visitors to the firm's offices under a new partnership with sustainable Irish company Riley. The business law firm said the move "supports our corporate social responsibility agenda within sustainability, diversity and inc
Almost all senior banking and financial services professionals believe that financial regulators should take competition and consumer choice into account when formulating regulatory policy, according to a new survey by Mason Hayes & Curran. The business law firm polled more than 150 people at a
A suite of green lease clauses for use in commercial leases in Ireland has been published by The Chancery Lane Project (TCLP). Law firms Arthur Cox, ByrneWallace and Mason Hayes & Curran spearheaded the development of the clauses along with other members of TCLP's Irish property working group.
Gerard Kelly, partner at Mason Hayes & Curran, examines the potential impact of new AI-powered tools on legal practice. E-discovery is the process by which traditional discovery, a process in litigation whereby the parties exchange and review potentially relevant documents, has been increasingly
Business law firm Mason Hayes & Curran has announced the appointment of Brian McElligott as its new head of artificial intelligence and Jevan Neilan as head of its San Francisco office. Mr McElligott returns to the firm's technology team as a partner, having previously served as a partner in the
Irish business law firm Mason Hayes & Curran has reported an eight per cent increase in revenue to €106 million in 2022. The firm — the only major Irish law firm to publish its financial results — said work for both domestic and international clients grew, mirroring the overall
Mason Hayes & Curran LLP has renewed its sponsorship of professional Irish cyclist Megan Armitage for the 2023 season. Commenting on the sponsorship, Ms Armitage said: "I’m really happy to announce that Mason Hayes and & Curran will continue to support my cycling endeavours through the
Mason Hayes & Curran partner Colin Monaghan and associate Anthony Strogen look at recent case law developments concerning data breach claims and the threshold for awarding compensation. Prior to the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), an individual whose information wa
Nearly three-quarters of Irish property professionals believe that 50,000 new homes must be built every year to solve the housing crisis, according to a survey by Mason Hayes & Curran LLP. The business law firm surveyed more than 200 agents, developers and property managers at its recent ‘