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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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  • Enduring Powers of Attorney: A Modern Necessity!

    Enduring Powers of Attorney: A Modern Necessity! What is an Enduring Power of Attorney? An Enduring Power of Attorney is an instrument which complies with the strict procedural requirements of its governing legislation and only operates if at some point in the future the person who creates the Enduring Power of Attorney (the “Donor”) becomes

    17th July 2018
  • Paul Keane (Reddy Charlton) and Neil Keenan (LKG Solicitors) dissect the Companies Act 2014 (Law Society Gazette).

    Paul Keane (Reddy Charlton) and Neil Keenan (LKG Solicitors) dissect the Companies Act 2014 (Law Society Gazette). The Companies Act 2014 — comprising nearly 1,500 sections — is the largest piece of legislation ever passed by the Oireachtas. In the first of a series, Paul Keane and Neil Keenan start dissecting the mammoth. Download the article to read more.

    28th May 2018
  • Draft General Scheme of Mediation Bill Published by Department of Justice

    Draft General Scheme of Mediation Bill Published by Department of Justice The scheme for a Mediation Bill was published by the Department of Justice in March 2012. The main points of the scheme are as follows:- solicitorswill be obliged to advise clients to consider using mediation before issuing proceedings; partieswill be entitled to engage in

    20th May 2014
  • Getting the Deal Done – Part 2

    Getting the Deal Done   Part 2 – Endeavours Where an obligation in a contract is not absolute or the required result not certain to be possible, then commercial contracts will usually provide that one party must try or endeavour to obtain the desired outcome.  This obligation to endeavour is usually qualified by the term ‘best’,

    19th April 2019

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  • Impact of BREXIT on data protection

    Reddy Charlton Solicitors has issued a briefing note on the impact of Brexit on data protection. Brexit will have a huge impact on businesses that transfer data to and from the Britain. During the transition period, EU law will still apply and, therefore, GDPR remains in force. To read the full article, follow the link

    9th March 2020
  • Reddy Charlton Newsletter Jan/Feb 2020

    Welcome to the Jan/Feb 2020 edition of the Reddy Charlton newsletter, a regular update on recent legal, regulatory and industry developments of relevance to you and your business. In this issue-: Employment Law:  Laura Graham on the effectiveness of post termination restrictions The Copyright Act 2019:  Jonathan Mills on the commercial implications for rightholders BREXIT

    13th February 2020
  • 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