Millar Mccall Wylie

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Northern Ireland firm Millar McCall Wylie has presented £12,500 to its 2023 charity partner, Cancer Fund for Children. The law firm raised cash for the charity throughout 2023, including through a sponsored 20-mile hike through the Mourne Mountains, relay teams in the Belfast City Marathon and

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Northern Ireland firm Millar McCall Wylie has announced the appointment of Chris Phillips as director. His new role was created as part of the firm’s strategic development plan aimed at strengthening its presence in core growth areas.

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Northern Ireland firm Millar McCall Wylie has appointed Jason Byrne as director with a focus on growing its insolvency services. A highly-specialised solicitor with years of experience in dealing with corporate and personal insolvency in Northern Ireland, Mr Byrne joins from a national firm where he

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Northern Ireland law firm Millar McCall Wylie is on track to exceed its goal of growing turnover by 50 per cent in three years, the firm has announced. Having set the three-year target in 2021, the locally-owned firm said expansion across its real estate, matrimonial and family, and employment law d

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Law firms Millar McCall Wylie and Paschal O'Hare Personal Injury Solicitors have come together with road safety charity Brake to offer specialist legal support to victims of bereavement and catastrophic injury following road crashes. The two firms have been selected for the new legal panel, co-ordin

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Northern Ireland firm Millar McCall Wylie has welcomed three newly-qualified solicitors — Roma O'Hagan, Sean Hayes and Roisin Cassidy — to its team. Ms O’Hagan joined the firm in 2021 as a paralegal, having graduated from Queen’s University Belfast in 2019. She has now qualif

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Northern Ireland firm Millar McCall Wylie has welcomed Gerard Scullion, Josh Graham, Louisa Law and Emma Ewing as trainee solicitors. The firm has brought four trainees on board for the second year running, bringing the total number of trainees recruited since 2020 to 12.

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Belfast firm Millar McCall Wylie (MMW) has welcomed solicitor Sarah Livingstone to its team as part of its ongoing growth. Ms Livingstone previously worked with national law firms and brings experience in employment law and commercial disputes to the independently-owned firm.

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Belfast-based Millar McCall Wylie (MMW) has welcomed Luke Thompson as a solicitor in its real estate team. Mr Thompson is an experienced lawyer with expertise in all areas of real estate law, particularly landlord and tenant work, commercial property acquisitions and developments.

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Belfast-based Millar McCall Wylie has appointed Jan Cunningham as its new managing partner in a development that it describes as "a positive, natural progression as the firm continues to evolve". The firm, which employs 53 staff between its Belfast city centre and Ballyhackamore offices, has continu

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Belfast firm Millar McCall Wylie has launched a new partnership with Cancer Fund for Children NI to raise valuable funds, awareness and support for the local charity. Emma Rooney, associate director with Millar McCall Wylie, leads the charity committee at the firm.

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Belfast solicitor Niamh McMonagle of Millar McCall Wylie (MMW) has become one of few solicitors in Ireland to be awarded two data protection qualifications from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). A specialist in employment law, Ms McMonagle is now a Certified Information

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Multi-specialist Belfast law firm Millar McCall Wylie has reported its “biggest year to date” across all aspects of its legal services, with particular growth noted in its corporate and media law departments. The firm was engaged to work on a number of major global productions throughout

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