Tax Law

Our Tax team comprises internationally experienced tax law partners and professionals and provides innovative and leading edge tax services to its international corporate and individual client base.

Our service offering is focused on companies and individuals using Ireland as part of their global tax management strategy. We regularly work with tax counsel from overseas practices on mergers and acquisitions, redomiciliations, asset finance, debt capital markets, debt structures and investment funds.

Ireland’s membership of the EU, its regulatory regime, the 6.25% and 12.5% corporate tax rates, various tax credit relief regimes and tax exemptions in respect of certain activities provides a unique platform to structure international business in and through Irish corporate and other vehicles.

Tax Law Services

We advise on:

  • Structuring multinational corporate activities in and through Ireland
  • Use of Ireland as a location to build and develop an EMEA hub
  • Ireland as a location for intellectual property
  • Structuring acquisition and disposal of distressed debt
  • Double taxation treaties
  • Employee benefits and packages
  • Stamp duty & VAT
  • Transfer pricing
  • Tax controversies

To discuss any aspect of your business tax affairs and find out how we can assist you with your tax planning, please do not hesitate to contact our tax lawyers.


Legal 500, 2021

Team is highlighted for its “subject matter excellence”.

Chambers & Partners, 2021

The team “is very responsive and has consequently been able to provide advice at very short notice".

Recent Work

  • Acted for Marsh & McLennan; the world’s leading professional services firm in risk, strategy and people; in respect of the establishment and operation of its EU innovation hub in Dublin employing teams of software engineers.
  • Acted on numerous property transactions in respect of the structuring of the Irish tax aspects of foreign investment in Irish real estate.
  • Acted for a major technology company on establishment and operation of IP exploitation trade taxable at 6.25%.
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