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Cooney to head new ByrneWallace group
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22 Sep 2021 / corporate law Print

Cooney to head new ByrneWallace group

Irish law firm ByrneWallace LLP has appointed Martin Cooney (pictured) as head of its infrastructure, construction, and energy (ICE) division.

Cooney has been a partner, and head of the firm’s construction-law practice, since joining ByrneWallace in November 2017.

He has more than 13 years' experience advising on all aspects of construction law.

Growth

ByrneWallace says that its ICE group provides advice through each stage of the construction cycle, from project inception to completion.

Managing partner Feargal Brennan added that the firm had, over the years, established a strong practice advising clients on construction, infrastructure, and energy law. He said that these sectors had experienced significant growth.

“Consolidating these practice areas under one group creates significant synergies, and enables us to further enhance the quality of our services to clients,” said Brennan.

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