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Ms Edel Hartog
Commercial | Telecoms | Media & Entertainment
Edel is a partner in the Commercial team and is a member of the firm’s Technology and Energy groups at Mason Hayes & Curran LLP. She advises on all forms of commercial contracts, procurement and IT law and regulation and has particular experience advising on and negotiating large ICT and outsourcing transactions for public and private sector clients.
Edel has established sector expertise in the Telecoms and Energy industries.
She advises on large scale energy, telecoms and associated transformation projects and has worked on some of the most ground-breaking and innovative telecoms and energy projects in recent years.
Edel has worked both in practice and in-house – her industry experience means that her advice is focussed, commercial and pragmatic.
Irish Society for European Law
University College Dublin , LLM, Commercial Law (Distinction) | University College Cork , BCL (First)
Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
Mason Hayes & Curran LLP stands out for its expertise in advising Irish state entities on complex matters, such as the procurement of high-profile telecoms projects, spectrum auctions, and the drafting and enforcement of regulations. The team also acts for some of the most prominent companies in the telecoms sector, assisting them on compliance with EU and Irish regulations as well as handling corporate transactions involving telecoms companies. Practice head Michael Madden and Edel Hartog are key names. Senior associate Gráinne Morrissey is also noted for her experience in telecoms and has recently completed a ten-month secondment at ComReg, the Irish communications regulator.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Data privacy and data protection
- Dispute resolution
- Energy and natural resources
- EU and competition
- Healthcare and life sciences
- Information technology
- Insolvency and corporate restructuring
- Intellectual property
- Media and entertainment
- Pensions and employee benefits
- Planning and environment
- Public sector
- Real estate
- White-collar crime