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Flynn O’Driscoll Appoints Employment Partner, Caoimhe Heery

17 December, 2020

Pictured are: Caoimhe Heery, Partner, and James Duggan, Managing Partner. Flynn O’Driscoll is delighted to announce the appointment of Caoimhe Heery as the newest Employment Partner based in our Galway Office.Caoimhe has over 15 years of employment and litigation legal experience in Ireland and the UK having trained and worked in a trade union law […]

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Flynn O’Driscoll has acquired the Litigation practice of O’Callaghan Legal.

13 November, 2020

We are delighted to announce that Flynn O’Driscoll Business Lawyers has acquired the litigation practice of O’Callaghan Legal. The litigation practice of O’Callaghan Legal has been acquired by Flynn O’Driscoll. The litigation clients transferring to Flynn O’Driscoll will continue to be advised by Maurice O’Callaghan, who has joined Flynn O’Driscoll as Consultant, and Billy Brick, […]

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Experian ranks Flynn O’Driscoll as the second busiest M&A law firm in Ireland in YTD 2020

12 November, 2020

Respected global information services group Experian’s M&A monitor division, MarketIQ, have ranked Flynn O’Driscoll Business Lawyers as the second busiest law firm in Ireland for M&A deal volume for YTD 2020.   The firm’s continued recognition as one of Ireland’s leading M&A legal firms has been displayed throughout our work. Click the button below to download the full M&A Review, with […]

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Experian ranks Flynn O’Driscoll as the second busiest M&A law firm in Ireland in H1 2020

5 August, 2020

Respected global information services group Experian’s M&A monitor division, MarketIQ, have ranked Flynn O’Driscoll Business Lawyers as the  second busiest law firm in Ireland for M&A deal volume for the first half of 2020.   The firm’s continued recognition as one of Ireland’s leading M&A legal firms has been displayed throughout our work and on some of our recent noteworthy deals […]

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COVID-19 Business Continuity Update

27 July, 2020

As we move toward phase four of Ireland’s Roadmap for reopening society and business (expected at the date of this publication to commence on 10th August 2020), we are implementing a phased return to the office in accordance with government guidance and the directions of public health authorities in the context of the current COVID-19 pandemic. […]

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