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Johnson Hana plans to double workforce to 500
Chief financial officer Paul Ryan, chief executive Dan Fox, and chief commercial officer Alex Fox Pic: Fennells

02 Nov 2022 / business Print

Johnson Hana plans to double workforce to 500

Dublin legal-services firm Johnson Hana plans to double its workforce to 500 by the end of 2024.

The head office team was expanded in 2021 with the arrival of several subject-matter experts.


The firm has now raised over €10.5m in equity funding from AIB (€15m total funding raised to date) and plans to rapidly scale the business. The bank will take a minority stake in the firm.

Johnson Hana disaggregates legal advisory and legal process work, with separate billing for the latter, promising to reduce client legal spend. The firm, founded by barrister Dan Fox, is now focused on expansion in the US and UK.

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