International business law firm Mason Hayes & Curran LLP has announced the appointment of four new partners in its Healthcare & Prosecutions, Corporate and Privacy & Data Security teams.
The award winning firm now has 96 partners and over 500 staff in its offices in Dublin, London, New York and San Francisco.
These new appointments strengthen the firm’s expertise in these areas and underline their ability to deliver high-quality legal advice to clients. The new partners also reflect increased demand in key sectors.
Commenting on the appointments, Declan Black, Managing Partner, said “It’s always a pleasure to welcome new partners. While different in background and specialisms, what unites them is a commercial understanding of the sectors they operate in, deep expertise and an unstuffy approach to giving clear legal advice.”
Sonya Bruen is a Partner in our Health & Prosecutions team. She has advised and represented TUSLA Child and Family Agency and the Health Service Executive in District Court and High Court child care matters for a number of years.
Conall Geraghty is a Partner in the Corporate team. He helps Irish and international business through the complete corporate life cycle from establishment, to investment and exit. Conall works with fast-growth businesses and their founders taking investment from equity capital sources including early stage funds, venture capital and growth capital funds.
Jevan Neilan is a partner in the firm’s Privacy & Data Security team.
Jevan works with companies to find solutions to complex and challenging privacy and data protection problems. He helps the world’s leading tech companies develop structures for international data transfers and data flows, advises on user interface and user experience compliance and analyses the compliance of advertising technology. He also advises clients on the management and resolution of data breaches, and on broader regulatory engagement.
Shane Reynolds is a partner in the firm’s Health & Prosecutions team. Shane specialises in the areas of criminal law, administrative law and investigations. He helps organisations with regulatory prosecutions, and as a litigator has widespread experience at District, Circuit and Superior Court level.