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Reddy Charlton advise and serve enterprising clients, on both professional and personal matters, with integrity, clarity and passion.

Reddy Charlton was founded in 1908 and since then our business has been built on the ambition to exceed our clients’ expectations. We know that this can only be achieved by taking the time to understand our clients and sharing their goals.

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  • Garden Leave

    Garden Leave What is a Garden Leave Clause? Garden Leave refers to a clause in a contract of employment which allows an employer to require an employee not to attend work or to only carry out limited tasks during the period of garden leave. Generally, the employee continues to be paid during a period of

    10th July 2019
  • Licensing Update

    Licensing Update Don’t run the risk of adding fuel to the fire! – As a filling station owner, it is important to ensure compliance with your legal obligations where licensing is concerned. Owners of filling stations are required by law to be licensed.  The primary legislation is the Dangerous Substances Act 1972 (as amended).  Legal

    19th March 2019
  • Demystifying The Companies Act

    Demystifying The Companies Act This is the text of a paper given by Paul Keane to the Annual Conference of the Law Society of Ireland on 10 May 2013 INTRODUCTION The Companies Bill is the largest piece of legislation ever introduced to the Oireachtas.  There is a danger that solicitors will recoil from the task

    19th September 2017
  • Riding on the Crest of Sponsors Waves’ – Part 3

    Riding on the Crest of Sponsors Waves’ – Part 3 Protecting the Five Olympic Rings ADDITIONAL LEGAL PROTECTION INTRODUCED Legislation has been put in place in the UK ahead of the 2012 London Olympic Games and further regulations are currently in the process of being implemented in an effort to curb Ambush Marketing. It is

    13th May 2017

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  • Newsletter December 2019

    In our last newsletter of 2019: A round-up of recent transactions advised by Reddy Charlton; Fairways Hotel, the sale of Kiely’s pub and the acquisition of Clane General Hospital; Siobhán Lafferty provides an important update on legal representation in internal disciplinary proceedings; Patrick Kevans explains what’s involved in judicial review applications; And, congratulations to our

    12th December 2019
  • UPMC and IOES acquire Clane General Hospital

    Private healthcare operator UPMC in partnership with the Institute of Eye Surgery (IOES) recently acquired Clane General hospital which has been renamed UPMC Kildare Hospital. UPMC and the Institute of Eye Surgery already worked together in the UPMC owned Whitfield Clinic and are committed to collaborating on the delivery of an ophthalmology network of excellence.

    10th December 2019
  • Fairways Hotel Re-Opens its Doors in Dundalk

    Reddy Charlton were delighted to attend the re-opening of the Fairways Hotel in Dundalk. East Coast Catering acquired the old Fairways Hotel a number of years ago. The site has since been re-developed into a shopping and recreational community hub featuring a SuperValu, Costa Coffee and McCormack’s Pharmacy. The development offers plenty of parking to

    29th November 2019
  • Kiely’s of Donnybrook – Sale of Landmark Pub

    The sale was completed Friday 22 November of Kiely’s of Donnybrook advised by Brendan Sharkey, Partner, Reddy Charlton. Over the past 30 years, the venue has become a renowned rugby pub and is located a short distance from Leinster Rugby’s stadiums in Donnybrook and Ballsbridge. Purchased by Westridge Real Estate for a substantial figure, the

    22nd November 2019