COVID-19

By Rosemary Lundy, Partner, Employment Law, Arthur Cox A recently leaked proposal by the UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock to make vaccinations against COVID-19 mandatory for care workers in England garnered significant media interest and no shortage of controversy around the rights and wrongs of the idea. It also sparked a debate around the obligations…

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Sarah Thompson

Arthur Cox is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Thompson as a partner in our Finance Group. Sarah’s appointment is with effect from 1 March 2021. Sarah joins Arthur Cox from Kirkland & Ellis in London, where she was a partner in its Financial Services Regulatory team. Prior to this, Sarah also worked at…

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Christmas Appeal

Leading law firm Arthur Cox has joined The Fostering Network to provide children across Northern Ireland with unique gifts for Christmas. Forty children will receive presents chosen specifically for them by staff at Arthur Cox. All children receiving a gift bundle participate in The Fostering Network’s Step Up Step Down service, where foster carers support…

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Arthur Cox makes new appointments

Leading corporate law firm Arthur Cox has appointed four new Associates at its Belfast office. Maeve Williams has joined the Corporate and Commercial team and Lucy McKee takes a role on the Finance group, while James Mulligan and Chris Dickison form part of the Property team. The appointments of the newly qualified solicitors follow their…

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Leading law firm Arthur Cox has appointed four new trainee solicitors to its Belfast office. The latest cohort to join the firm’s industry-leading programme comprises recent graduates, Alannah McKeaveney, David Greatorex, Hannah Foulsham, and Patrick Loughridge. Working closely with Partners and Associates, the trainees will gain invaluable experience and exposure across each of Arthur Cox’s…

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Arthur Cox

Leading law firm Arthur Cox is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year and almost a quarter of a century since the foundation of its Belfast office in 1996. The firm is one of Ireland’s largest and most respected corporate law firms. Coinciding with the centenary, Arthur Cox consultant in Belfast, Rowan White, is serving as…

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Senior Appointments

Arthur Cox Managing Partner in Northern Ireland Catriona Gibson has described two senior appointments as a “further strengthening” of the firm’s already market leading legal offering. Lynsey Mallon has been named as the new Head of the Corporate and Commercial team while Stuart Mansfield will lead the Banking and Finance team. Both among the most…

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Arthur Cox Managing Partner Catriona Gibson welcomes the appointment of four new Partners to the leading law firm, from left, Chris Milligan, David Black, Mark Jameson, and Cahal Carvill

Leading law firm Arthur Cox has appointed four new Partners in Northern Ireland. Welcoming the promotions, Catriona Gibson, Managing Partner of Arthur Cox, said: “The admission of four new Partners within our firm reflects the sustained growth we’ve seen over the last number of years, driven by market demand from businesses who seek out Arthur…

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Pictured at the Institute of Directors Northern Ireland (IoD NI) Annual Dinner held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Belfast, from left: Dale Guest, Director Corporate Banking Northern Ireland at main sponsor Bank of Ireland UK, Gordon Milligan, IoD NI Chairman, guest speaker Martin McCourt, Chairman of Glen Dimplex and Catriona Gibson, Managing Partner of associate sponsor Arthur Cox. The event, which was attended by more than 400 guests heard a warning that Northern Ireland should not be allowed to ‘sleep walk into a no deal Brexit’, as the clock runs down on negotiations.

Politicians risk allowing Northern Ireland to “sleep walk into a no deal Brexit”, by running down the clock on negotiations, the Chairman of the Institute of Directors in the region has said. Speaking at the organisation’s Annual Dinner, Gordon Milligan said Westminster MPs had shown a “dereliction of duty” by failing to find agreement with…

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