• Nov 25, 2020 from 11:00am to 12:00pm
  • Location: Zoom
  • Latest Activity: on Wednesday

Join us on Wednesday, 25th, November 2020 at 11am when Damian Maloney, Partner of Beauchamp's Corporate & Commercial Group our Chapter Sponsor, will discuss "The Impact of Brexit on Commercial Contracts" and will cover the following topics:

  • Contractual arrangements with particular focus on clauses which might be triggered by Brexit
  • Jurisdiction and governing law of contracts
  • Look at potential impact of Brexit on existing commercial law.

There will be an opportunity to ask a question, but if you have a specific question that you would like answered please email  ahead of the webinar and we will send it to Damian so he can answer it on the day. 

 

Here is the zoom link for the event today
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_NinkAaLlS5q5sc7TRORynQ

 

Damian Maloney Bio

Damian is a talented Partner in the Beauchamp's Corporate & Commercial Group. He has extensive experience across areas of corporate, commercial and company law, including commercial contracts, M&A, FDI, group reorganisations, franchising and corporate governance. He has significant experience in the technology sector in particular, having worked as an in-house lawyer in technology companies for some years and regularly advises clients on matters pertaining to data protection.

Damian joined Beauchamps in 2018 having previously worked as in-house counsel for Oracle Corporation's EMEA operations. Damian originally qualified as a barrister in 2000. One of Damian's greatest attributes, is the mixture of legal expertise and business experience he brings to his work, having "been the client".  

This event is part of the The IIBN GIFT (Global Irish Female EnTrepreneur) Programme,which is designed to assist female entrepreneurs who have achieved a certain level of scale in their business and are looking to take their business to a higher level. https://iibn.com/gift

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