A recent Central Bank survey found that 40 per cent of regulated firms were already using cloud service providers.

Irish banks looking to avail of the advantages presented by cloud computing also have to be aware of the risks, according to Andreas Carney, technolog(...)

Andreas Carney, Pinsent Masons partner and a founder of the Dublin office: “Being innovative in the legal space is only partly about the technology itself. We take a far more holistic view.”

Digital transformation and disruption are not usually associated with legal services provision but that is changing quite rapidly, according to intern(...)

From left, Ann Henry,  Richard Foley,  both from  Pinsent Masons, with Mary Buckley, executive director of the  IDA, at the opening of  the Pinsent Masons Dublin office at Windmill Lane. Photograph:  Mark Harrison

“You’d be nuts to disavow a whole class of talent,” says Richard Foley, chairman of the board and senior partner with Pinsent Masons, a global law fir(...)