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Global law firm DLA Piper set to hire up to 100 lawyers in Dublin

Firm’s Irish office will give legal and tax advice to multinationals

20th January, 2019

Legal behemoth and new entrant to the Irish market DLA Piper is planning to hire up to 100 lawyers for its new Dublin operation.

Simon Levine, global co-chief executive with the elite international firm, told The Sunday Business Post the decision to establish an Irish office pre-dated the Brexit vote by about a year and was more about satisfying the needs of multinational clients than preparing for Britain’s exit from the European Union.


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