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Sherwin O’Riordan is a leading Irish corporate and commercial law firm

Headed up by partner James Sherwin, our skilled team of company lawyers have extensive experience and knowledge to deal with all aspects of corporate and commercial transactions both at a local and international level.

From start-ups to medium size and large corporations, we provide legal support & advice to leverage business opportunities and minimise potential risks.

You can also now read our new publication - Resolving Disputes: A Brief Guide for Business Owners

Our Services

We advise on a diverse range of business and commercial law issues including:

Whether buying or selling, letting or leasing commercial property, expanding, signing new contracts or dealing with commercial disputes your business can depend upon us.

Contact our Corporate and Commercial Lawyers in Dublin, Ireland

If you require legal advice on any of the above services or any other legal matterget in touch on touch  +353 1 513 7316 to speak with one of our experienced solicitors.

You can also now read our new publication - Resolving Disputes: A Brief Guide for Business Owners

Recent Transactions 

  • Advised a lending house in the United Kingdom lending €8 million to two separate Irish businesses - which completed on the same day and within 6 weeks. View more details. 
  • Advised a professional services firm on exiting a commercial lease and negotiating in relation to dilapidation, schedule of works and in the absence of a lease. Our client was able to exit the lease - with payment of a substantially reduced settlement amount - and transfer to new premises within 3 months. View more details.
  • Advised the Director and shareholder in a manufacturing company on a dispute with the co-founder. Successfully removed the shareholder – replacing him as a director – within 4 months and allowed our client refocus effort on strategic growth. View more details.
  • Advised VR Retail, a high-tech start-up, on IP protection, corporate structure, employment agreements, shareholders agreement and share classes, and supplier agreements. VR Retail can focus on what they do best, knowing they have put in place the structures to protect what they have built and enable them to grow successfully. View more details.
  • Advised a leading medical device supplier on the buyout of a minority and difficult shareholder, allowing our client to proceed with its expansion plans unhindered. View more details. 
  • Advised one of Ireland’s leading nursing home operators on the buyout of its investors at the end of the tax scheme. This included new fundraising to effect the buyout of the borrowers/tax investors pursuant to a put and call option agreement. View more details.
  • Advised a medical supply company on a major joint venture
  • Advised a leading private hospital on the sale of the business and assets of home care for the elderly business
  • Advised on the implementation of a share option scheme for an educational company
  • Advised on the exit of a partner and forming of new partnerships for a leading specialist law firm

Read our latest updates, briefings, articles & thought leadership from our award-winning Employment, Commercial Lawyers & Personal Injury team.

Testimonials

"We simply cannot fault the service we receive from SOR. They have specialist solicitors in each area where we need advice and we’ve had contact with 4 different partners during the last 14 months, and the experience has been the same each time. Really really good."

Justin Cahill, Chairman, CMC Platform Financials

Office location

74 Pembroke Road
Dublin 4
Ireland

Phone +353 1 663 2000
Fax +353 1 663 2001
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