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British legal giants to set up in Dublin after Brexit

Pinsent Masons and DLA Piper are actively planning to open branch offices in Dublin

4th June, 2017
The Law Society building Pic: RollingNews.ie

The Law Society has confirmed that the major international legal firms Pinsent Masons and DLA Piper are actively planning to open branch offices in Dublin after Brexit.

The blue chip firms have been researching the Irish market and believe they can exploit legal opportunities in the financial services and information technology sectors.

DLA Piper is a global firm with 80 offices, employing 4,036 lawyers. Revenues of $2.48 billion in 2014 made it the third-largest US...

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