William Fry

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William Fry has named Liam McCabe as chairman, succeeding John Larkin, who has held the role for more than three years. Mr McCabe has been a partner at William Fry since 2000 and currently heads the firm's projects department.

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Two partners at William Fry have been named as rising stars in the European legal world at an awards ceremony in London. The winners of Euromoney Legal Media Group's inaugural Europe Rising Star Awards, recognising lawyers across 20 practice areas in 19 European countries, were announced last night.

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A round-up of deals involving Irish law firms. Submit your deals to newsdesk@irishlegal.com. Eversheds Sutherland provided legal and tax support to membership platform Patreon on its European expansion.

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Irish employers face legal, business and reputational risk if they are not in compliance with recently introduced and upcoming protective leave legislation, William Fry has warned. The firm recently hosted a roundtable discussion on the topic of work-life integration, addressing protective leave and

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William Fry has been ranked as Ireland's most innovative law firm for legal expertise in the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Report 2019. The ranking was based on the firm's innovation in accessing new markets and capital by advising on the establishment of a new Irish fund investing in leading A

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William Fry has announced the appointment of Brian Butterwick as a partner in the firm's corporate and M&A department. The firm said the senior appointment demonstrates the continued growth of the firm, and builds on the recent partner lateral hires of Lyn Brennan in the banking and finance team

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Former William Fry partner June O'Connell is spearheading plans to open a new craft gin and pot still whiskey distillery in Co Kerry. Ms O'Connell joined William Fry in 1997 and was appointed as a partner in the corporate department in 2002, specialising in M&A and investment work.

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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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