William Fry

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Most Irish workers believe they will have to work past the age of 66 despite wanting to retire, according to new research by William Fry. The firm is warning employers to prepare for an ageing workforce by implementing age-diverse policies and initiatives.

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William Fry has announced the addition of corporate partner, Paul White to its San Francisco office. Mr White has significant experience advising on a wide range of transactional corporate matters for public and private companies, with a particular focus on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventu

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William Fry has become the latest major Irish firm to open an office in Cork, bringing the firm's total number of offices around the world to six. Real estate partner Brian O'Callaghan and banking & finance senior associate Laura Houlihan have been appointed to lead the office.

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William Fry was awarded Ireland Tax Firm of the Year and Impact Deal of the Year at the International Tax Review European Awards 2019 in London last night. The awards, which are in their 15th year, celebrate the best tax and transfer pricing work in legal and accountancy firms across the EMEA region

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William Fry lawyers David Maughan, partner and head of debt capital markets, and Eoghan O'Tuama, head of listings, consider the forthcoming overhaul of the EU prospectus regime. On 21 July 2019, the remaining provisions of the Prospectus Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2017/1129) will become effective a

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Martin Phelan, head of tax at William Fry, has been appointed secretary-general of CFE Tax Advisers Europe, the representative body of tax institutes and chambers in Europe. Mr Phelan, who joined William Fry in 2000, is also a past president of the Irish Taxation Institute and has written extensivel

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International law firm Pinsent Masons has announced the appointment of Naoise Harnett as a corporate financial services partner in Dublin. Mr Harnett, who will start in the summer, is joining from William Fry, where he is currently a partner in the insurance and reinsurance department.

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The volume of M&A deals in Ireland reached a five-year high, despite a backdrop of increased geo-political instability and macro-economic issues, according to William Fry. The law firm today published its published the eighth edition of its annual M&A review, finding that there were 162 deal

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William Fry has been awarded Ireland Trademark Firm of the Year at the inaugural Global IP Awards in London, presented by IP publications IAM and WTR. IAM and WTR, with 15 full-time journalists and dedicated researchers based in Europe, the US and Asia, provide in-depth reporting and analysis of dev

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William Fry has announced the appointment of New York lawyer Lyn Brennan as a partner to the firm's banking & finance department. Ms Brennan joins from Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP in New York, where she has worked for the last four years. Prior to this, she worked in Dublin with A&am

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