Pinsent Masons

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Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has promoted Dorian Rees and Karen Gallagher to partner in its Dublin office. Mr Rees has been appointed as a partner working across the firm's real estate, technology, science and industry, and corporate teams.

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Joanna Robinson is used to long and demanding journeys. The partner at Pinsent Masons in Belfast is already preparing for the Chicago Marathon in October, having completed her first such event in Dublin last year. On the promise, she rather ruefully recalls that it was going to be a very flat route

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Many of Northern Ireland’s leading businesses have been told the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and fragmentation of ‘threat actor groups’ means having robust cyber defences has never been more important. As part of a week-long programme of events marking CyberNI Week, Pinsen

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Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has appointed Paul White as a corporate partner in Dublin. Mr White joins from William Fry, whose US offices he previously headed while based in San Francisco.

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Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has hired tax partner Robert Dever to lead and develop its tax law practice in Dublin and strengthen its European transactional services group. Mr Dever joins from his role as partner in the tax group at multinational law firm Eversheds Sutherland.

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Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has hired intellectual property and technology partner Maureen Daly to lead its IP team in Dublin and expand its pan-European Technology, Science and Industry sector capabilities. She joins from Irish law firm Beauchamps, where she has been partner and head of t

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Pinsent Masons has hired funds partner Conor Durkin to lead its funds team in Dublin as it continues to grow its pan-European funds capabilities. Mr Durkin specialises in investment funds and asset management and regularly advises on the establishment, structuring and operation of funds covering a r

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Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has hired transactional life sciences specialist Michael Stewart as partner in its Dublin office as it expands its pan-European technology, science and industry (TSI) capabilities. Mr Stewart is a life sciences lawyer specialising in corporate transactional proj

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A reprimand issued to Airbnb by Ireland's data protection authority can help other businesses comply with rules on data minimisation and retention in the GDPR and avoid "purpose creep", Pinsent Masons partner Andreas Carney has said. The Data Protection Commission (DPC) recently published its decisi

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The UK government has granted a general licence to enable lawyers to provide legal advice to non-UK individuals and businesses in relation to their compliance with international sanctions on Russia, without breaching UK sanctions regulations themselves, writes Scottish lawyer Stacy Keen. UK Russian

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Plans for a series of new electricity interconnectors between Ireland and its neighbours will help tackle high energy prices and deliver on key climate goals, according to Pinsent Masons. In a policy statement published last month, the Irish government outlined proposals for a series of interconnect

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