who we are
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.
To find out how Reddy Charlton can work with you please contact us.
Paul is always extremely professional yet easy to deal with. He fought my corner like a terrier and the successful outcome was in no small way due to his meticulous preparation and dogged determination.
When you are asked, “what firm acts for you?”, there is never any hesitation from the other side in dealing with Reddy Charlton. This is because they have the reputation of acting with integrity at all times.
We have worked with Reddy Charlton with Paul and Elaine on a variety of projects in Sweden, Germany and the US and always found that they have provided an excellent service.
Without Reddy Charlton’s support and that of their excellent network, we would not be in a position whereby our brand is as well protected and registered as it is.
Practice head Tom Marren and Brendan Sharkey are ‘highly capable and practical’.
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Landlords – Important Changes to Residential Lettings The Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act 2019 has introduced significant changes for landlords in dealing with residential tenancies. Included are increased notice periods on termination, increased enforcement options and penalties for the Residential Tenancy Board (RTB) together with restrictions on short term lettings and changes to management of student5th July 2019
New Companies Law — What you need to know After 15 years of preparation, consultation and revision, a comprehensive new Companies Act was enacted on 23 December 2014. With about 1,500 sections, this is the largest piece of legislation ever enacted by the Oireachtas. It is expected that the bulk of the legislation will become19th February 2018
Download the article “Pipped at the Post” (PDF 1.1MB) by Paul Keane, from the Law Society Gazette May 2013.19th November 2017
High Court upholds constitutionality of the Workplace Relations Commission in Judicial Review case In the recent case of Zalewski v the Workplace Relations Commission & Others , Mr Zalewski had raised issues over the constitutionality of the Workplace Relations Commission (the “WRC”) following unsuccessful claims which he had brought before the body. The High Court27th May 2020
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Our newsletter is a regular update on recent legal, regulatory and industry developments of relevance to you and your business. In this issue-: Covid-19 Updates Judicial Review Case – High Court upholds constitutionality of the Workplace Relations Commission Succession Planning – Wills & Powers of Attorney Reminder to register for our Webinar “Returning to Work” – Fri23rd June 2020
Succession Planning – Wills & Powers of Attorney Brendan Sharkey advises on practical legal pitfalls that can arise in Will drafting and the benefits of Enduring Powers of Attorneys in the June edition of Accountancy Plus for CPA Ireland. For the full article see page 15 of this link.10th June 2020
Legal 500 Reddy Charlton is delighted to have five of its lawyers recommended this year in the Legal 500. Paul Keane and Elaine McGrath have been recommended in the area of Commercial, Corporate and M&A. Roisin Bennett, Brendan Sharkey and Tom Marren have all been recommended in the area of Real Estate. The Legal 5003rd June 2020
Our newsletter is a regular update on recent legal, regulatory and industry developments of relevance to you and your business. In this issue-: Covid-19 Updates Roisin Bennett looks at recent amendments to Energy Performance of buildings And finally … five of our lawyers recommended in Legal 500 As always, if you have queries in relation19th May 2020