Arthur Cox is pleased to announce the appointment of five new partners at its Dublin office, further strengthening the firm’s expertise in tax, asset management and investment funds, corporate M&A, real estate and technology and innovation.
Announcing the appointments, Managing Partner Brian O’Gorman said “the promotions are from a broad spectrum of practice areas and reflect the depth of talent in Arthur Cox. I am delighted to welcome the new partners, who will each play a role in the development of the firm and ensure that we continue to evolve and deliver the highest quality advice to our clients.”
“We have appointed 17 new partners since 2016, ten of whom are women. Gender diversity is a core business issue for us. Today, 33% of the firm’s partners are women. We are making real progress but we are not complacent. Diversity continues to be a key focus for the firm.”
Pictured from left to right are partners David Kilty, Órlaith Molloy, Managing Partner Brian O’Gorman, Siobhán McBean, Conor McCarthy, and Olivia Mullooly.
About the new partners
David Kilty – Partner, Tax
David advises domestic and international clients on a broad range of tax issues, including those relating to mergers & acquisitions, migrations, restructurings, re-organisations, structuring of intellectual property assets, financing transactions and tax disputes.
Órlaith Molloy – Partner, Real Estate
Órlaith has broad experience in all aspects of real estate law and her main focus areas are in commercial conveyancing, landlord and tenant matters and acting for lending institutions in financing commercial property transactions.
Siobhán McBean – Partner, Asset Management and Investment Funds
Siobhán advises on all legal and regulatory issues relating to the establishment, structuring and ongoing regulation of investment funds and fund managers in Ireland.
Conor McCarthy – Partner, Corporate M&A
Conor advises public and private industry-leading Irish and international companies on all aspects of company law. He advises clients on a wide range of corporate transactions including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate finance transactions, cross border mergers, corporate reorganisations and general corporate/commercial law advice.
Olivia Mullooly – Partner, Technology and Innovation
Olivia has extensive experience advising on intellectual property, data protection and information technology matters across a range of sectors, such as technology and internet companies, content owners, healthcare industries, retail and consumer industries, education and research.