Tughans

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Grainne Kirk and Emily McGleenon of Northern Ireland firm Tughans consider the risks associated with a common construction industry practice. A common practice adopted by employers in the construction industry is to skip the process of serving a payment notice on a payee, and instead wrap the valuat

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Congratulations are due to Tughans LLP three newly qualified solicitors Niamh McGrath, Ellen Dalzell and Emily McGleenon, who have been admitted to the Roll of Solicitors of Northern Ireland. They said: “It was great to attend the Admissions Ceremony alongside our cohort at the Assembly Buildi

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Tughans has been named as Northern Ireland's most prolific M&A firm in the first half of 2023 — holding the position for an eighth consecutive year. The Belfast-based firm advised on 17 transactions in the first six months of the year, according to the latest Experian MarketIQ report.

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Ellen Dalzell and Kevin Hegarty of Northern Ireland commercial law firm Tughans consider a recent English judgment involving a 'novus actus interveniens' defence in medical negligence proceedings. A common perception in medical negligence law is that a ‘specific rule’ exists as a necessa

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Kerry Dumican and Fearghal O'Loan of Northern Ireland commercial law firm Tughans consider a recent judgment from the English courts. The recent judgment of the High Court of England & Wales in Re Avanti Communications Ltd [2023] EWHC 940 (Ch) considers issues arising as a result of the wording

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Northern Ireland commercial law firm Tughans has announced four new hires and nine senior promotions, including the appointment of Fiona Kirkpatrick and Kevin Hegarty as partners. Ms Fitzpatrick has been promoted to partner in the estate planning department. Since joining the firm in 2020, she has b

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Belfast-based Tughans has officially moved its headquarters to The Ewart, taking over the 11th and 12th floors of the Grade A office building at Bedford Square. The commercial law firm said its move from Victoria Street marks a period of growth and change for the firm, which celebrated 125 years in

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Tughans has appointed two new solicitors in recent months. Kerry Dumican qualified as a solicitor in Northern Ireland in November 2022 and since joining the team in Tughans has gained experience acting for both UK and Irish banks across a range of banking matters including secured lending, property

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Belfast-based Tughans LLP has been named Northern Ireland's most active corporate law firm for an eighth year in a row. Tughans advised on 79 of the 267 transactions which took place last year, according to the Experian MarketIQ M&A review.

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Tughans, one of Northern Ireland's largest commercial law firms, has announced a move to new headquarters in The Ewart at Bedford Square in Belfast. The firm said it had outgrown its Victoria Street base and would now take up around 23,000 sq. ft. across the 11th and 12th floors of The Ewart, a rece

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Our regular round-up of deals involving Northern Ireland law firms. Submit your deals to newsdesk@irishlegal.com. Sonraí Analytics, a Belfast-based medtech firm, has secured funding from New York venture firm Eckuity.

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Belfast-based Tughans has announced the appointment of six new trainee solicitors, bringing its total trainee count to 13. Law graduates Adam Lynch, Anna Thompson, Leah Harvey, Lucy Dawson, Lucy Scott and Luke Scholfield have joined the firm and are now engaged in a comprehensive two-year legal trai

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