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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What Size is my Company/Group of Companies? The Act has introduced “qualifying conditions” to determine whether a company or a group of companies is dormant, small, medium or large. There are two categories of large company (or group of companies), which can be thought of as “large” and “XL”. The table below sets out the19th October 2018
Websites and Stationery — What information must be disclosed by company Under the Companies Act 2014, every company is required to display its name outside every office or place of business in which its business is carried on in a conspicuous and legible manner. Each company must also display information about itself on any stationery,19th June 2018
The Importance of Participating Fully in Arbitration Proceedings The recent High Court decision of Mr Justice Paul Gilligan in the case of Mary Delargy (“the Applicant”) and John Hickey and Ann Hickey (“the Respondents”), (Delargy v Hickey and Anor.  IEHC 436), highlights the importance of each party fully engaging in and participating in arbitration20th June 2015
Keeping the cat in the bag Protecting confidential information. Confidential information is a valuable commercial asset to a business. Like other assets of the business, confidential information requires protection. During the course of employment, employees usually have access to confidential information, which can range from client contact details to a secret formula. While an employer21st August 2019
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A big thank you to everyone who helped make our fundraiser for Sightsavers Ireland‘s #BrightForSight campaign such a success: those who attended on the evening and our generous sponsors. Delighted to announce a final total of €4,130, enough for 129 sight-saving operations in the countries where Sightsavers work. Grateful for every donation to this great10th September 2019
Niamh Gibney joined the firm in 2013, qualifying as registered trade mark attorney in 2014 and as a solicitor in 2016. Niamh has a Bachelor of Civil Law from University College Dublin and also holds a postgraduate diploma in arbitration from UCD and a masters’ in mediation and conflict intervention from NUI Maynooth. She was10th September 2019
Reddy Charlton was delighted to sponsor the first ever Dublin Tech Table Tennis Tournament “DT4” – http://www.dublint4.com/ which was organised and hosted by Future Finance. A number of tech firms, ranging from start ups to more well established companies, participated in the highly competitive tournament. CarTrawler came out on top and won the coveted trophy.18th July 2019
An update on personnel changes at Reddy Charlton. Paige Keating will be leaving us on 18 October for a new life in the Caribbean island of Bermuda. I am sure you will join with me in wishing Paige every best wish in her future endeavours. Paige’s replacement is Eoin Paterson. Eoin holds a law degree from9th October 2018