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Eanna Mellett

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Éanna is a partner in the Corporate Department at Matheson. 


He advises on mergers and acquisitions, securities laws, management buyouts / buyins and corporate reorganisations.

Éanna has advised the Irish State and many leading Irish and international companies, institutions and private equity houses.

Éanna is a member of the Irish Law Society.

Foreign firms : European firms in London


Within: Ireland

Matheson’s London office is highly rated for its advice to global companies and financial institutions on their Irish legal needs. Tax partner Liam Quirke manages the London office; he has a particular focus on foreign direct investment, banking and financial services transactions, and cross-border business. Corporate partner Éanna Mellett is a highly regarded resident counsel.

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