Year: 2017


Welcome to our new Partner

27 July, 2017

Flynn O’Driscoll are delighted to announce the appointment of Eoin Cunneen as a new Litigation partner. This brings the number of partners in the firm to eight. Eoin qualified in LK Shields in 1999, and was appointed a partner there in 2004. In 2014 he went to the US and spent some time out of […]

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LawExchange International Conference in Dublin, Ireland

13 September, 2017

We are delighted to be hosting the September 2017 LawExchange International Conference in Dublin, Ireland from the 14th September 2017-16th September 2017 (the “Dublin Conference”). Planning is well underway and we are confident that the Dublin Conference will be a great success and enjoyable experience for delegates and partners alike.

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Experian rates Flynn O’Driscoll as the second busiest M&A law firm in Ireland

25 July, 2017

Respected global information services group Experian’s M&A monitor division, MarketIQ, have ranked Flynn O’Driscoll as the second busiest law firm in Ireland for M&A deal volume, for the first half of 2017. A link to download the H1 2017 M&A Report is provided here, with the Republic of Ireland reports featured on page 54.  

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The Knowledge Development Box in Ireland – A Quick Overview.

14 July, 2017

In 2016, Ireland introduced a new tax-based incentive for intellectual property generating Irish companies referred to as the Knowledge Development Box. The KDB is a corporation tax relief. Launched as “best in class” and the “world’s first OECD-compliant” regime, the KDB provides that profits generated by an Irish company from the commercial exploitation of certain […]

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Cybersecurity Insurance: Transferring the Risk

1 June, 2017

Cybersecurity is rapidly becoming one of the fastest growing items of IT expenditure for businesses. The need to develop effective responses to a dynamic and ever-evolving threat landscape requires an extreme level of diligence. However as with many business risks, one option (apart from mitigation) is to transfer those risks outside of the business through […]

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