Mason Hayes & Curran

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Mason Hayes & Curran LLP has appointed Domhnall Breatnach as a partner in the firm's dispute resolution team. Mr Breatnach advises on multi-party litigation before all Irish courts and the Court of Justice of the European Union. He has extensive experience advising on commercial disputes across

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Ronnie Neville, a partner at Mason Hayes & Curran (MHC), has been appointed by the French government as legal advisor to the French Embassy in Ireland. Mr Neville is head of MHC's French desk and is  responsible for developing key relationships in the French market. He is also a member of t

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Michael Madden of Mason Hayes & Curran LLP examines forthcoming changes to Ireland's data retention laws. The Communications (Retention of Data) (Amendment) Act 2022 is intended to amend existing Irish data retention law to address the impact of recent EU case law, including that relating to the

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More that two-thirds of Ireland's energy sector believes that the government's delivery target for offshore wind is either extremely challenging or completely unrealistic, according to a survey by business law firm Mason Hayes & Curran. Just seven per cent of industry professionals believe that

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Mason Hayes & Curran (MHC) has announced the appointment of Ron Boucher as head of its London office. Mr Boucher, who was promoted to partner in the firm's corporate team last year, specialises in advising both Irish and international clients on M&A transactions involving Irish companies. He

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Two-thirds of Irish employers have taken no steps to put a disclosure channel in place in advance of new whistleblowing legislation, a survey conducted by Mason Hayes & Curran LLP suggests. The business law firm surveyed 230 HR professionals from the public and private sectors at a recent webina

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Nicholas Metcalfe and Emer Shelly of Mason Hayes & Curran examine proposed new EU rules on corporate sustainability. The European Commission recently adopted a proposal for a new directive on corporate sustainability due diligence. The intention of the proposed Directive is to introduce a harmon

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The risk of judicial review is seen by property industry professionals as one of the biggest obstacles to Ireland meeting its housing needs, according to a survey by Mason Hayes & Curran LLP. The business law firm surveyed more than 300 attendees at its Future of Property Conference, of whom 95

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Mason Hayes & Curran LLP has announced a significant expansion with the appointment of 15 new partners this month. The business law firm said the new hires follow "exceptionally strong growth in 2021", when it saw its revenues increase by 23 per cent to €98 million.

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Mason Hayes & Curran LLP has announced the promotion of Eimear Lyons to partner in the firm's corporate team. Ms Lyons advises on a range of corporate matters and is particularly active in the healthcare and energy sectors. She has significant experience acting in the sale and purchase of health

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Mason Hayes & Curran LLP (MHC) has announced the appointment of Hazel McDwyer as a partner in the firm's intellectual property team. Ms McDwyer, who joins MHC from a leading Australian commercial law firm based in Sydney, helps clients to identify, secure and commercialise their intellectual pro

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