Reports Legal November 2021

Ireland Report

November 2021

In this issue:

  • The heart of Dublin: Ireland’s managing partners set out their plans and priorities in a dynamic legal market
  • Solving the Irish puzzle: As international firms compete for local talent, are Irish law firms headed for alliances or mergers?
  • Taxing Times: What does the new 15% global minimum tax rate mean for FDI and US multinational hubs in Ireland?

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