Law firms are looking at flexible working conditions as well as remuneration as part of their strategy for keeping good staff

There has been a sharp drop-off in optimism among law firms, including the State’s top practices, according to an annual survey of attitudes in the p(...)

Online travel agent Lowcosttravel ceased trading on Friday in a move that hit almost 140,000 customers. The company, which sold low-cost flights and (...)

The key for successful succession planning is to have an individual or a group of individuals with the skill sets and experience necessary who is ready to take over at the appropriate time

It is vital that professional services firms such as legal practices make succession planning an integral process within their business. This can be a(...)

Windsor House in Belfast is thought to be ripe for a revamp.

The tallest commercial building in Ireland has been sold for £6.5 million (€9 million) by a Nama-appointed receiver.Hastings Hotels, which co-owns the(...)

Rising up: legal firms are reporting growth in business across a variety of areas, but the property, construction and conveyancing headings are out in front. Photograph: Edwin Tuyay/Bloomberg

Ireland’s law firms have a reputation for being conservative, cautious and closed. With some notable exceptions, they don’t seem particularly keen to (...)

 Administrators said Marussia will “continue to operate”. Photograph:  David Davies/PA Wire

Marussia will miss the United States Grand Prix this weekend after becoming the second Formula 1 team in four days to go into administration.London-ba(...)

HCJV is a property company linked to one of the country’s biggest Super Valu franchisees. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/Irish Times

Mark Paul, Business Affairs CorrespondentReceivers have taken control of the HCJV, a property company linked to the Caulfield McCarthy retail group, o(...)

Sir Anthony O Reilly

When he asked for a six-month stay on executing €45 million of judgments by AIB, Sir Anthony O’Reilly said he feared it would cause “great anxiety”(...)

The Connaught Telegraph has gone into voluntary liquidation

  One of the last family-owned newspapers in Ireland, the Connaught Telegraph, has gone into voluntary liquidation. The weekly Cast(...)

Half of law firms anticipate improved economic conditions next year, compared to just one in four last year, according to the research. The areas of business where most growth is expected are in property/conveyancing and litigation. Photograph: Reuters

More than half of Irish law firms have seen their revenues rise in the past year and many larger firms have given staff a pay increase as their fortun(...)

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