Elizabeth is a partner in the Corporate and M&A Group and specialises in corporate law and has a broad corporate and commercial practice.

Elizabeth advises clients on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, venture capital and private equity transactions, corporate reorganisations, corporate governance, commercial contracts and general corporate/commercial law matters for Irish and international clients. She has particular experience and expertise in transactions in the insurance and financial services sectors, energy, technology and food sectors. Elizabeth Bothwell is a member of the Legal 500 “Hall of Fame”.

Relevant Experience

  • Acting for the shareholders of Linesight on the sale of Linesight, the leading construction consultancy group, to IPS – Integrated Project Services LLC
  • Acting for F. Hoffman-La Roche on its acquisition of a company developing inflammasome inhibitors to address inflammatory diseases
  • Acting for Covea in its signing of a definitive sale and agreement with Exor to acquire Partner Re for $9 billion
  • Acting for Cofinimmo on its entry to the Irish healthcare market through the acquisition of six nursing and care homes and one rehabilitation clinic from Trinity Care
  • Acting for a group of unsecured creditors on an Irish law Scheme of Arrangement presented by Nordic Aviation Capital DAC to restructure more than €5 billion of debt
  • Acting for the shareholders of Strencom on the sale of Strencom , the secured connectivity and cloud solutions specialist to Welltel
  • Acting for on the 75% sale of Mainstream Renewables, the wind and solar company to the Norwegian energy investment company Akee Horizons
  • Acting for Gaiety Investments on the sale of 50% of MCD Productions to LN Gaiety Holdings
  • Acting for Swiss Re on its £1.6 billion acquisition of Ark Life Assurance Company Limited as part of its acquisition of the Guardian Financial Group
  • Acting for Barclays Bank in its disposal of Barclays Insurance (Dublin) DAC and Barclays Assurance (Dublin) DAC