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Kenny Solicitors to join forces with Eversheds
Graham Kenny

08 Jun 2022 / business Print

Kenny Solicitors to join forces with Eversheds

Eversheds Sutherland LLP has joined forces with Dublin-based Kenny Solicitors to meet its growing demand for litigation and real-estate services.

Kenny Solicitors specialises in property, commercial agreements and commercial litigation with some publicly listed clients.

Kenny Solicitors, led by principal Graham Kenny, will become part of Eversheds Sutherland LLP’s 300-strong Irish team.

Kenny is a partner in the Eversheds’ dispute-resolution and litigation practice group, with a specific focus on insolvency, restructuring, commercial litigation, and real-estate matters.

Lecturer

Graham Kenny has lectured at the Law Society in its Higher Diploma in corporate recovery and insolvency. 

Alan Connell, managing partner of Eversheds Sutherland LLP, said that the move reflected the firm’s confidence to invest where there was clear market demand. 

Graham Kenny said: “This is a very exciting moment in time for Kenny Solicitors, and we are delighted to join forces with Ireland’s only full-service international law practice.”

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