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Squire Patton Boggs moves into bigger office
The Squire Patton Boggs team in Dublin

02 Feb 2024 / business Print

Squire Patton Boggs moves into bigger office

International firm Squire Patton Boggs has moved into new, larger premises in Merrion Square, Dublin, less than a year after opening in Ireland.

Dennis Agnew (managing partner in Ireland) said: “We are delighted to have a new home for the firm at Ella House, a building whose history stretches back 250 years, and which has been beautifully redesigned for modern business.”

Agnew said that the firm had seen “rapid growth” since launching in Ireland last May, advising on multiple Irish and cross-border deals and more than doubling the size of its team.

“Ella House will provide the perfect working environment as we continue to build our corporate, private-equity, and funds practices, and leverage our transatlantic and pan-European capabilities on behalf of our Irish and international clients,” he added.

‘Important role’

Steve Mahon (global managing partner, clients and strategy) said: “Our Irish practice is off to a great start, and will play an important role in our continued success.”

Squire Patton Boggs in Ireland is led by corporate and private-equity partners Dennis Agnew and George Kennedy, and currently has a ten-strong team.

The firm also recently announced new offices in Amsterdam and Riyadh, as well as senior hires across its core global practice areas.

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