Nature of practice and clients
Leading law firm William Fry has over 310 legal and tax professionals and over 430 staff. Our client-focused service combines technical excellence with commercial awareness and a practical, constructive approach to business issues. We advise leading domestic and international corporations, financial institutions and government organisations. We regularly act on complex, multi-jurisdictional transactions and commercial disputes. Strong client relationships and high quality advice are the hallmarks of our business.
We are ranked by international directories, clients and market commentators alike as being a leader in our main areas of work: corporate and M&A; banking and finance; litigation and dispute resolution; asset management and investment funds; real estate; insurance; tax; projects and construction; employment and benefits; and technology.
Our head office is in Dublin. We have offices in London, New York and Silicon Valley and a global law firm network to service our clients at home and abroad. Our capability is enhanced by our alliance with Tughans, Northern Ireland’s largest law firm, through which we provide an all-island solution.
The firm's priorities are focused on the need to achieve results for clients. Continued investment in people, technology and research maintains our ability to provide practical and prompt solutions, while devoting exacting attention to detail.
William Fry2 Grand Canal SquareDublin 2IrelandT+353 1 639 5000F+353 1 639 5333
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