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A&L Goodbody

A&L Goodbody  

Legal Services | Ireland

http://www.algoodbody.com
tel: +353 1 649 2000 | fax: +353 1 649 2649
International Financial Services Centre | Dublin | 1 | Ireland


A&L Goodbody's Overview

A&L Goodbody is one of Ireland's leading corporate law firms. The Firm has 91 partners, employs over 530 legal staff. Headquartered in Dublin, with offices in Belfast, London, New York, San Francisco and Palo Alto, it has specialist teams across all practice areas of Irish corporate law.

For over 100 years A&L Goodbody has been at the centre of corporate Ireland, advising some of the largest and most influential corporates, both domestic and international. With a large operation in Belfast, A&L Goodbody also provides full service legal advice across the island of Ireland, working on significant cross border mandates. With significant international experience, the firm works closely with international law firms and other professional services advisors.

A&L Goodbody is continually ranked as the No. 1 Irish law firm by many international publications such as The Legal 500, Chambers & Partners and the International Financial Law Review.

  • Year this Office was Established: 1901
  • Number of Offices Worldwide: 6
  • Lawyers Worldwide: 530

Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Mandarin, Spanish

Notable

Areas of Practice
  • Asset Management & Investment Funds
  • Aviation & Transport Finance
  • Betting, Gaming & Licensing
  • Brexit
  • Capital Markets - Debt
  • Capital Markets - Equity
  • Commercial & Technology
  • Commercial Contracts
  • Commercial Property
  • Companies Act 2014
  • Construction
  • Corporate and M&A
  • Corporate Governance & Compliance
  • Domestic & International Finance
  • Employment, Pensions & Incentives
  • Energy & Natural Resources
  • Environmental & Planning
  • EU, Competition & Procurement
  • Finance
  • Financial Regulation
  • Financial Solutions
  • FinTech
  • Food, Drink & Agri
  • General Data Protection Regulation
  • Health & Safety
  • Hospitals & Healthcare
  • Insurance & Reinsurance
  • Intellectual Property
  • Investing in Ireland
  • Life Sciences
  • Litigation & Dispute Resolution
  • Privacy & Data Security
  • Private Equity & Venture Capital
  • Projects & Infrastructure
  • Regulatory Risk & Investigations
  • Restructuring & Insolvency
  • Tax
  • Telecoms
  • White Collar Crime
Professionals

Partners

Associates

Philip McQueston

Philip McQuestonSenior Associate


Alison Quinn

Alison QuinnAssociate


Of Counsel

Alison Fanagan

Alison FanaganConsultant

Michael Greene

Michael GreeneConsultant


Ian Moore

Ian B MooreConsultant

Jack O'Farrell

Jack O'FarrellConsultant


Other

Neil Doherty

Neil DohertyParalegal

Ian White

Ian WhiteDirector of Strategy/Business Development


Articles

Concerns Over Video Game Gambling Continue to Grow
A&L Goodbody, November 2018

The Gambling Policy Division of the Irish Department of Justice has joined 14 other gambling regulators from around the globe in signing an International Declaration expressing concern about gambling in video games. The regulators presented a united front in addressing the "blurring of lines between gambling and other forms of digital entertainment". The increasing presence of gambling in the video gaming world has been raised as a growing concern. Gambling mechanisms within games go largely unregulated at present, the rationale being that as nothing of real monetary value is at hazard, the activity cannot be considered gambling...

EU Fintech Update: UK Cryptoassets Taskforce Publishes Final Report on Cryptoassets and DLT
A&L Goodbody, November 2018

Earlier this week, the UK Cryptoassets Taskforce published its Final Report on cryptoassets and distributed ledger technology (DLT). The Taskforce – which includes representatives from HM Treasury, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Bank of England – was established in March 2018 to analyse and assess the risks and potential benefits of cryptoassets and DLT and “set out the path forward with respect to regulation [of these areas] in the UK”. In the Report, the Taskforce indicates that there will be a significant amount of “consultation” in the year ahead to determine whether and where regulatory action is needed in the UK crypto space...

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Press

A&L Goodbody Named ‘Northern Ireland Corporate Law Firm of the Year’
A&L Goodbody, March 2018

A&L Goodbody has been named ‘Corporate Law Firm of the Year’ at the Insider Dealmaker Awards, held last night in Belfast’s Waterfront Hall. The award was once again presented to A&L Goodbody in recognition of its involvement in some of the most significant deals in 2017, including the sale of Vita Liberata to Crown Laboratories and sale of Moy Park to Pilgrim’s Pride. Mark Thompson, Head of A&L Goodbody’s Belfast office commented: "Receiving this prestigious accolade is a well-deserved recognition of our industry-leading team in Belfast. Corporate activity in Northern Ireland continued to improve in 2017 with some significant deals coming to market...

A&L Goodbody wins intellectual property award
A&L Goodbody, March 2018

A&L Goodbody has been named 'Ireland (Contentious) Firm of the Year 2018' by the leading international publication Managing Intellectual Property (MIP), at an awards ceremony in London. Having previously been awarded Irish law firm of the year in 2016, 2014 and 2013 by MIP, this accolade reinforces the firm's strength and reputation in this field. The annual MIP awards recognise the leading firms in each jurisdiction across Europe, Middle East and Africa. Winning firms are selected due to the innovative and challenging IP work they advise on. John Whelan, Head of Commercial & Technology at A&L Goodbody, commented: "We are delighted to have received this award...

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Blogs

Ireland IP & Technology Law Blog
A&L Goodbody 

A&L Goodbody is an Irish law firm providing expert legal advice across every aspect of business law. The Firm advises a broad domestic and international client base in both the private and public sectors, across the island of Ireland.

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