Our new Cork office offers a full legal service and is headed by Partner John Ringrose.
It is an exciting time for Holmes O’Malley Sexton as we continue to invest in our client services with our new office having opened in the hub of the thriving Cork region at 1A South Mall. Headed by Partner, John Ringrose, we are offering a full legal service from Cork, with ten jobs being created.
We bring you happy news of having promoted six of our leaders to Partner.
We also bring you happy news of having promoted six of our leaders to Partner: Wayne Finn, Pat McInerney, Michael Murphy, Piarais Neary, Anna Owens and Lorraine Power. We ask you to join us in wishing them every success.
There was great excitement when Tánaiste, Simon Coveney, and Senator Kieran O’Donnell visited our Limerick headquarters. Minister Simon Coveney spoke of Brexit and the strategic importance of Dublin, Limerick and Cork cities working together to build a robustly competitive Ireland for all of society. John Moroney, University of Limerick, spoke of the pivotal role third level institutions play in collaborating with industry to futureproof our workforce, our economy and our national development plan.
We would like to congratulate H&MV Engineering on the successful management buyout backed by Hugh O’Donnell’s Novus Tech Limited. We were delighted to advise Thomas Shiels and Shiels Motor Group on a strategic acquisition and to have supported Andrew Macfarlane and the team at CareZapp on a major investment by Vidatec.
I hope you enjoy reading more about what is happening at Holmes O’Malley Sexton and in the legal sectors relating to your businesses. As always, we sincerely thank you all for your continued support.
Harry Fehily, Managing Partner
Holmes O’Malley Sexton