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An impassioned advisor to some amazing emerging companies with game-changing technologies.
An avid fan of jazz and many other music genres.
A specialist in university spin-outs, tech transfer and research collaboration.

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Elena Vassileva

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Dedicated globe wanderer.
Fascinated by innovation and technology.
Nothing hits the spot like a cleverly drafted commercial contract.

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JP Gilmartin

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Long distance race fanatic – in training for another Ironman.

Focused on supporting scaling and SME companies in the Healthcare and ICT sectors.

When advising clients, always combining legal and commercial acumen to ‘think outside the box’.

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Gillian Keating

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Currently learning to paddle board.
Passionate about educating the next generation of women about the opportunities in STEM.
When stuck into a good transaction the lights go out everywhere else.

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Seán O'Reilly

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Fan of Alfred Hitchcock films and the “Two Cathedrals” episode of The West Wing.
Studying for a doctorate in UCC.
Experienced in advising companies from early stage through growth phase and on to exit.

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The RDJ Startups Guide

Startups GuideGetting Started

A thoughtful and thorough business plan is essential for presenting your ideas to potential business partners and finance providers.

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Startups GuideChoosing the right business Vehicle

What kind of company should you form? As a new venture, it's vitally important that you choose the right business structure.

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Startups GuideFinancing your startup

Funding is a critically important topic for all new startups. Learn about the options available for financing your business idea.

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Startups GuideTAX

Just like any business, a startup needs to pay its taxes. Getting tax advice as early as possible can avoid problems down the road.

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Startups GuideIntellectual Property

For the vast majority of knowledge-based startups, intellectual property (“IP”) is the business’s most important asset.

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Startups GuideKey Contracts

Once a new company has been formed, a number of key legal agreements and documents must be put in place.

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Ronan Daly Jermyn regularly hosts events and workshops with a focus on education, mentorship and networking. Topics of discussion include early stage financing, licensing, contracts, employment and tax issues.

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Our Blog

03 September, 2019
Blockchain: Building Trust in a Trustless System?

Blockchain is a distributed decentralised ledger which can facilitate secure transactions.

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18 July, 2019
Smart Contracts – A Possible Shake-up in Traditional Contract Law

Smart contracts are creating a great deal of excitement in the legal space, but can they meet expectations?

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01 May, 2019
The NIS Regulations and Sub-Contractors: The Weakest Link?

The Network Information Systems Directive potentially impacts on their service providers.

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09 April, 2019
Taking the Biscuit: Cookies, Online Privacy and GDPR

Read how GDPR interacts with the current e-privacy laws and how laws apply to online tracking technologies.

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14 March, 2019
Coordinated Plan on AI: EU’s major step towards technology

The European Commission is creating a legal framework to help the EU become the world leader in robotics.

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27 February, 2019
2019 American Chamber of Commerce’s Future Leaders Hackathon

RDJ participate in annual American Chamber of Commerce Future Leaders’ Hackathon

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05 February, 2019
GDPR Bites – Google fined €50 million for breach

CNIL,the French data protection authority, ordered Google to pay a fine of €50 million based on a violation of the GDPR

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23 January, 2019
Luas Data Breach: A Heavy Fail for Light Rail?

The Luas was recently targeted in a cyber attack which affected the personal data of over 3,000 Luas website users.

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17 December, 2018
The Politics of Data - Political Campaigning in the Age of Facebook

The investigation by the UK Information Commissioner’s Office into the use of data analytics in political campaigns

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