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Taylor Wessing moves its Dublin office
Adam Griffith

29 Apr 2024 / corporate law Print

Taylor Wessing moves its Dublin office

Taylor Wessing Ireland has launched its new Fitzwilliam Square Dublin 2 office, demonstrating significant investment by the global law firm, which has revenue of €500 million, in its Irish arm. 

Dealing with private wealth, real estate, technology, and life sciences, Taylor Wessing Ireland has grown rapidly in just three years, since it was founded by Adam Griffiths.

Robust plans

It now has robust plans to expand in areas such as IP disputes and employment. 

In the last 18 months, Taylor Wessing Ireland made several senior hires, including:

  • Paddy Quinlan and Dannie Hanna (corporate),
  • Libby Garvey (banking and finance), 
  • Órlaith Molloy (real estate), 
  • Jo Joyce (technology, IP and information), 
  • Ryan Ferry (disputes and investigations), and 
  • Patricia McCarvill (tax and incentives). 

Further recruitment is planned, with personnel to double in the next 24 months.

Ireland head Adam Griffiths said that the firm had been consistently encouraged by growing demand from existing and new clients for its services in all practice areas. 

IDA Ireland’s James Farrell said: “The firm’s commitment to Ireland, is a testament to our highly skilled and educated workforce for professional-service organisations looking to expand within Europe.”

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