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McCann FitzGerald bumps up equity partnership to 78

14 May 2019 / corporate law Print

McCann FitzGerald bumps up equity partnership to 78

McCann FitzGerald has named eight new partners and consultants.

They are:

  • Laura Treacy, pictured, (partner in competition, regulated markets, EU and trade law, Brussels),
  • Niall Best (partner ­– corporate, New York),
  • Richard Gill (partner ­– aviation and asset finance, New York),
  • Doug McMahon (partner – technology and innovation, Dublin),
  • Rosaleen Byrne (partner – litigation, Dublin),
  • Louise Delahunty (consultant – investigations, London),
  • Catherine Austin (consultant -­ pensions and incentives, Dublin),
  • Barbara Linehan (consultant – procurement, Brussels).

This brings the total number of partners at the all-equity partnership to 78. 

International presence

In a sign of its increasing international presence, the firm appointed two partners in New York and one in Brussels – the first time partner appointments have been made outside of Dublin and London.

Managing partner Barry Devereux said the appointments represent the evolving range of skillsets required in a leading corporate law firm in areas as diverse as EU and trade law, white-collar crime and data protection.