With this website and document resource RDJ has found a way to fast track the legals and streamline the process so that entrepreneurs can get on with running the business and negotiating the best outcome for the business. The real value of a legal advisor is on the tactical issues and strategic planning. This new strategy from RDJ means lawyers and founders can focus on the real issues at a lower cost and faster timeline. This is a game changer!
Declan O’Mahoney, Entrepreneur In Residence Tyndall, CEO Firecomms, CEO Heartsine
I love this site. Great to see a law firm thinking differently, actively reaching out to address issues for so many Start Ups. Entrepreneurs starting out fall into the same traps which can impede investment and growth. This site will help them avoid many of the common pitfalls and concentrate on what they do best turning ideas into reality. It is innovative initiatives like this that will help drive the entrepreneur culture here
Pat Phelan, Serial Tech Entrepreneur and founder at Trustev
Ronan Daly Jermyn’s team of over 100 lawyers is experienced in providing a full range of legal services to startup and scaling companies across a wide range of business sectors. Our unique geographical footprint with offices in Cork, Galway, Dublin and London, together with our strategic alliance with UK, Northern Ireland and US law firms, allows us to offer you unparalleled service and access to markets and financing across Ireland, Europe, the US and Asia.
We are committed to providing each and every client with high quality advice, exceptional service and innovative solutions based on a thorough understanding of their business and their commercial objectives. Our lawyers concentrate on sectoral expertise, offering co-ordinated and industry-focused legal advice in areas such as corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, commercial property, employment, intellectual property and data protection, tax and dispute resolution.
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All .ie domain names will be liberalising the application process effective from March 2018.Read More
The Department of Finance and the European Commission are considering crowdfunding as having potential for SME funding.Read More
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The European Commission's Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers published its Notice to Stakeholders.Read More
Children are provided a specific protection under the GDPR.Read More
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