Our vision is to find solutions for your legal and tax needs and to help you to achieve your goals.
We provide specialised legal and tax advice combined with a very personal service based on our many years experience.
We want you to succeed and to be confident that you will receive the best possible legal and tax services.
We provide our legal and tax services in English, German and French.
We are involved in several bilateral and international organisations. Ursula Tipp is also a registered German Rechtsanwältin.
As a member of several international networks we are connected with reliable partners worldwide, with whom we cooperate on a long-term basis.
Ursula is qualified both as a German Rechtsanwältin and an Irish solicitor, and has practised in a number of law firms across Europe, EU institutions and a large international company.
She has experience in a broad range of commercial areas that complement her extensive knowledge in the areas of taxation and investment into Ireland. She combines her experience with her business acumen to help create business opportunities for her clients…. read more
For many years, Michael was Partner in one of Ireland’s largest law firms where he provided creative tax and commercial solutions for clients. He advises clients on a wide range of corporate and personal taxation issues. He also has unique expertise acting for clients in M&As and other transactions requiring tax planning. …. read more
An Irish registered company is now required to complete and file a form which gives accurate and current information on its ultimate beneficial owners.
After a preparation period of 15 years, on 1 June 2015 the new Companies Act 2014 (The Act) finally came into effect. This act reforms the Irish Companies law fundamentally but also consolidates existing legislation.
Introduction of a corporation tax relief for intellectual property in line with the OECD’s modified nexus approach to preferential tax regimes.
The presentation deals with the numerous investment incentives and tax advantages that Ireland has to offer.
Section 31C (Section 31C) of the Stamp Duties Consolidation Act 2017 applies from 6 December 2017 subject to a grace period which has now expired.
On 25 May 2018 the new general data protection regulation came into force. The article explains the changes in detail and gives practical examples in relation to the main topics.
Are you thinking about commencing business operations in Ireland? The purpose of this note is to provide a guideline for non-Irish companies commencing business operations in Ireland.
This article provides an introduction to the legislation applicable to commercial agents in Ireland.
Address: Pembroke House, 28 – 32 Pembroke Street Upper, Dublin 2, D02 NT28, Ireland
Phone: +353 1 254 3432
Appr. 35 minutes by taxi
There is metered car parking on Pembroke Street Upper.