Arthur Cox

Ireland

Address:
Ten Earlsfort Terrace
Dublin 2
D02 T380
Ireland

+353 1 920 1000


Key contacts:

Partner: Fintan Clancy
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Partner: Caroline Devlin
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Partner: Ailish Finnerty
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Partner: David Kilty
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Quick facts:

Number of advisers: 350 lawyers
Network memberships: Institute of Taxation in Ireland
Languages: English, French, German, Spanish


For 100 years, we have led the way in the legal field in Ireland, and have continuously worked to strive towards our goals. We provide a comprehensive service to an international client base ranging from multinational organisations, banks and financial institutions and established global leaders to government agencies and new players in emerging industry sectors.

Corporate Tax Matters:

  • Cross-border Project Management
  • Restructuring
  • Cost-sharing Arrangements
  • APAs
  • Transactions
  • M&A
  • Environmental
  • Financial Services
  • Corporate Taxes
  • Technology
  • Cryptocurrency

Dispute Resolution:

  • Competition/Anti-trust Cases
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Pre-litigation
  • MAPs/ADRs
  • Litigation

Tax Advisory:

  • Tax Consulting
  • International Tax Advisory

Indirect Tax:

  • VAT
  • GST
  • Customs

Fintan Clancy
Head of Tax Group
fintan.clancy@arthurcox.com

  • Advised Johnson Controls International on its $4 billion modified Dutch auction tender offer for its ordinary shares following the completion of the sale of its Power Solutions business
  • Advised Ingersoll Rand on the $15 billion combinations of its industrial business with Gardner Denver, the first Reverse Morris Trust involving an Irish Company.


Caroline Devlin
Partner, Tax Group
caroline.devlin@arthurcox.com

  • Caroline has extensive experience in advising both domestic and international companies on structuring their tax affairs for various types of transactions including establishing operations in Ireland, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property structures, reorganisations and restructurings.