Hayes Solicitors looking forward to business in 2020
The legal firm provides a wide range of legal services to corporate, public and private clients both in Ireland and abroad, writes Lorraine Courtney
2019 has been a busy year for Hayes Solicitors. “Our growth in teams across all departments has meant that we have been able to support an increasing number of Irish and international clients,” said Ken Casey, Head of Corporate.
“Looking back at the year, there were lots of uncertainties. The key challenge for businesses continues to be uncertainty, however Ireland’s economy is performing strongly with great opportunities for further investment and long-term growth. Overall,...
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