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As the Brexit fall-out continues, Ireland remains an attractive venue for UK firms seeking to retain a foothold in the European market. Since the referendum verdict in 2016, more and more firms have been establishing branch offices in the country – on varying scales and with varying degrees of success. The United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union has also presented lucrative opportunities for some Irish firms, with several onboarding a large volume of Brexit-related work on behalf of their counterparts across the Irish Sea and elsewhere on the continent. Meanwhile, innovative domestic corporations and start-ups continue to generate new filings and the courts have reopened following lengthy shutdowns during the covid-19 pandemic.
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