Wirecard AG regarding elements of its high profile financial irregularities involving its Irish subsidiary including a high profile raid of the Irish business premises by the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau executing a mutual legal assistance request from the German authorities.
The former chairman of INM plc in respect of allegations relating to an acquisition considered by INM and an alleged data breach (all denied).
The Football Association of Ireland in respect of complex issues concerning the Association's financial affairs as well as multiple related investigations.
A listed multinational on separate, complex internal investigations into behaviour by a former senior executive and a senior employee suspected to be fraudulent or corrupt, related reporting obligations and a criminal investigation by the Irish authorities.
A client in the construction sector in relation to an investigation undertaken by the Revenue Commissioners and the potential application of various aspects of criminal law.
An automotive company in relation to a police investigation into a fatality and the follow on potential civil litigation in relation to that.
A bank in relation to an ongoing police investigation into alleged money laundering activity in respect of various funds.
A food processing company in relation to a police investigation in respect of alleged criminal activity that occurred on the premises of the company over a number of years.
A financial services company in relation to a police investigation that commenced with a dawn raid to the business premises of the enterprise and the continuing criminal law, civil law, regulatory and insurance aspects of that.
An Irish charity in getting funding restored following a transnational investigation undertaken by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) in Washington and including the authorities in Ireland, The UK, Syria and Turkey.
A large Russian transport company in an investigation initiated by the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau (GNECB) resulting in the DPP deciding not to prosecute.
A number of Irish companies in respect of high profile whistleblower allegations concerning financial misconduct.
A multinational in respect of the first anti-money laundering compliance prosecution to be brought before the Irish courts.
A large IT company dealing with investigations in a number of European countries and liaising with other European law firms and regulators in addition to the Irish authorities.
A variety of investigations stemming from data breaches requiring reportage under the GDPR regime and managing the client engagement with the data regulator in Ireland and elsewhere with the police authorities where relevant.