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Arthur Cox Belfast

VICTORIA HOUSE, GLOUCESTER STREET, BELFAST, BT1 4LS, NORTHERN IRELAND
Tel:
Work 028 9023 0007
Fax:
Fax 028 9023 3464
DX:
2012 NR BELFAST-2
Email:
Web:
www.arthurcox.com
Belfast, Dublin, London, Mountain View, New York

Lynsey Mallon

Tel:
Work 028 9023 0007
Email:
Arthur Cox

Position

Lynsey worked for a large award winning national firm in England before joining Arthur Cox in 2007 and specialises in corporate and commercial work. She has considerable experience across the full range of company/commercial law areas including sales and acquisitions (including MBOs and MBIs), joint ventures, investment and shareholders agreements, private equity work and general commercial contract work which includes IP and information technology expertise.

Career

Qualified 2004; partner at Arthur Cox 2011 to date.

Member

Law Society of Northern Ireland; Law Society of England and Wales.

Education

Strathearn School; Trinity College Dublin (2001 LLB (Hons)).

Leisure

Lynsey has represented both Ulster and Ireland at hockey at representative level and still plays for a local club. She is also a keen golfer and enjoys keeping fit generally. Chairperson of Generation Innovation at NISP. Committee member of YDF IoD Board of Governors of Strathearn School Belfast Member of CCLG NI. Board member of Young Enterprise.


Northern Ireland: Corporate and commercial

Corporate and M&A

Within: Leading individuals

Lynsey Mallon - Arthur Cox Belfast

Within: Corporate and M&A

Arthur Cox Belfast's blue-chip client base includes leading companies in the agri-food, retail and technology sectors, as well as private equity funds and venture capital firms. The team advises on high-value Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and international deals. Alan Taylor leads the team, which includes 'top corporate lawyer' Paul McBride; the 'responsive, capable and incisive' Lynsey Mallon, who is noted for her expertise in the aerospace sector; and William Curry, who acts for some of the largest plcs in the region.

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Northern Ireland: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

Arthur Cox Belfast advises a blue-chip client base, including leading multinationals and large Northern Irish companies, on IP issues including the protection and licensing of copyright works, trade marks and patents, as well as the protection of trade secrets and unregistered IP assets. Areas of expertise include the healthcare, tertiary education and aerospace sectors, and the team has been increasingly active in the advanced manufacturing and retail franchising spaces, where Lynsey Mallon is a particular specialist. The team is led by Alan Taylor and also includes Paul McBride.

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