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O’Flynn Exhams Solicitors sponsors Social Enterprise Category at the Network Ireland Business Awards 2019

O’Flynn Exhams Solicitors is delighted to sponsor the Social Enterprise award category at the upcoming Network Ireland National Conference. The event will take place on the 27thof September in the Celtic Ross Hotel, West Cork, and is expected to attract over 250 delegates. The awards ceremony will feature eight award categories recognising women who have […]

OFX hosts Employment Law Breakfast Seminar with Hays Ireland

O’Flynn Exhams (OFX) Solicitors, in conjunction with Hays Ireland, hosted an Employment Law Breakfast Seminar on Thursday, 19th of September in the Clayton Hotel, Cork City. From hiring employees to lawfully terminating contracts, the seminar gave the over 120 attendees specialist advice on recent changes in Irish legislation, an update on current trends and case law, and tips […]

Summer internship programme finishes at O’Flynn Exhams

O’Flynn Exhams was delighted to run its Summer Internship Programme again this year. Fionn O’Carroll, Lauren Dermody, Anna Leahy and Darragh Muldoon (pictured) took part in this year’s programme, working across our Litigation, Corporate & Commercial and Commercial Property teams. The four-week programme is designed to give participants an introduction to a career in law, with participants gaining the […]

Conditional garnishee defeated by winding up petition

O’Flynn Exhams recently acted for a number of Serie A (Italian premier league) soccer clubs in supporting a successful petition to wind up Media Partners & Silva Limited, an Irish-registered company in an international sports media group (the “Company”).  The winding up petition was opposed by another creditor, who had obtained a Mareva Injunction and […]

Four important changes to rental legislation

On 24 May 2019, the Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act 2019 (“the Act”) was signed by the President. The Act introduced a range of significant changes for the residential rental sector, some of which are effective from 4 June 2019 and others that will be phased in over the coming months. In this article, we’ve highlighted four key changes […]

Key points on the Irish Immigrant Investor Programme

The Irish Immigrant Investor Programme was introduced in April 2012 and has been revised a number of times since then. To qualify for the Irish Immigrant Investor Programme a high net worth non-EEA national, with a minimum personal net worth of €2,000,000, can invest a minimum amount into an Irish business which provides employment, invest […]

O’Flynn Exhams sponsor Cope Foundation June Golf Classic

O’Flynn Exhams was delighted to sponsor the 2019 Cope Foundation June Golf Classic, which took place on 13 and 14 June, at Douglas Golf Club. Southcoast Homes and Construction won the Cope Foundation Golf Classic Perpetual Cup and all entry fees were donated to the Cope Foundation. The funds raised from this year’s Golf Classic will […]

O’Flynn Exhams and Cope Foundation launch June Golf Classic Fundraiser

O’Flynn Exhams is delighted to once again sponsor the Cope Foundation’s annual Golf Classic fundraiser. The event, now in its 23rd year, raises much-needed funds for individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or autism, and their families. Last year’s Golf Classic raised over €40,000, bringing the total funds raised to date, to over €1.6 million. This year’s […]

New service introduced to help protect land and property owners from fraud

Irish property owners should be aware that there have been some instances in the UK of fraudsters attempting to register as the owner of a property with the UK Land Registry. One high profile case involved a mother and daughter being found guilty of conspiracy to commit fraud. They duped professionals into enabling a fraudulent […]

New legislation aims to provide further protections for homeowners in mortgage arrears who are facing the prospect of repossession proceedings

The Land and Conveyancing Law Reform (Amendment) Bill 2019 was published by the Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan T.D., on 28thFebruary 2019 and is currently being considered by the Oireachtas. If enacted, the Bill will expand on the range of matters the Court must take into consideration when engaging in repossession proceedings and […]