Your world never stops moving forward. So neither do we.
At Arthur Cox we are very aware of the challenges that so many of our clients face as a result of the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus.
These challenges are many and varied and affect almost all aspects of business across different industries.
To assist our clients in identifying and managing these challenges, we have developed a resource centre with access to our briefings relating to COVID-19 produced by our sector and practice groups across the firm.
COVID-19 – Update on our working arrangements
In line with updated Government policy, we are continuing to work from home and our colleagues continue to be available by phone and by email.
Arthur Cox and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer Advises Phoenix on its Agreement with eir to Own and Operate Wireless Tower Sites
Arthur Cox is very pleased to have advised, with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Phoenix Tower International (“Phoenix”) on its agreement with eir to purchase over 650 existing wireless towers and acquire over 700 newly constructed wireless towers over 8 years across Ireland through a build-to-suit programme. Phoenix and eir have also established a long-term partnership whereby eir will occupy the sites for at least twenty years.
Arthur Cox advises Illumina Ventures and HLM Venture Partners on their investment in Let’s Get Checked
Arthur Cox was very pleased to advise Illumina Ventures and HLM Venture Partners on their investment in Let’s Get Checked as part of the company’s $71 million Series C funding round to support the production and supply of COVID-19 testing kits. Learn more about the deal here.
Arthur Cox awarded Ireland Law Firm of the Year 2020 at the Chambers Europe Awards
Arthur Cox is very pleased to have won Ireland Law Firm of the Year 2020 at the Chambers Europe Awards which took place virtually on Friday.
Arthur Cox Listing Services acts as Listing Agent for Firmenich Productions Participations SAS on its inaugural €1.5 billion Eurobond
Firmenich Productions Participations SAS listed its inaugural €1.5 billion Eurobond Benchmark Offering