EY to set up standalone law firm to focus on mergers and restructuring
New firm to open in second half of 2021 and will hire experienced solicitors from Dublin firms
EY, the professional services firm, is to set up a standalone law firm next year and expects to attract top solicitors from other firms.
Frank O’Keeffe, managing partner at EY, told the Business Post that the new legal practice will open in the second half of next year.
“It'll be very focused to complement what we currently do for our clients around [merger] transactions, around restructuring. We’re not going into all...
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