Mason Hayes & Curran’s advice comes from its renowned expertise, which is honed by practical experience. It is tailored to clients’ business and strategic objectives, giving them clear recommendations. This allows clients to make good, informed decisions and to anticipate and successfully navigate even the most complex matters. Mason Hayes & Curran’s working style is versatile and collaborative, creating a shared perspective with clients so that legal solutions are developed together. The service the firm provides is award-winning and innovative. This approach is how the firm makes a valuable and practical contribution to each client’s objectives.
Mason Hayes & Curran has profound knowledge of and experience in the following sectors: Energy; Technology; Financial Services, Built Environment and Healthcare & Life Sciences.
Mason Hayes & Curran is a business law firm with 87 partners in # offices. These partners understand the challenges international organizations face when investing or locating in a foreign country; assisting them during initial establishment and in meeting their ongoing legal and commercial imperatives.
According to Chambers & Partners, our commercial team is “extremely proactive, knowledgeable and commercial” and our energy team is “very focused on solutions, especially on projects with tight deadlines.” Our Real Estate team has been praised as “providing advice of the highest standard” according to Legal 500.
Recent Firm News & Legal Updates
From securing the Common Travel Area between Britain and Ireland despite Brexit, to another building boom demanding more construction workers and a cessation of citizenship ceremonies, it has been a feverish year of activity. We summarise the main developments which defined the business immigration landscape in 2019 and look to what is on the horizon in 2020.
We consider one case illustrating the efficiency of international insolvency proceedings commenced in Ireland, improvements to the efficiency of the appellate courts and one imminent legislative change, which will impose an administrative burden on the holders of security over book debts.
In June, we provided an update on the changes to parental leave entitlements introduced by the Parental Leave (Amendment) Act 2019 (the Act). These increased entitlements now apply in the workplace, with effect from 1 September 2019.
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