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Commercial Law

Providing Commercial Law Expertise

At Bruen & Co. we understand how important Commercial Law is to our many business clients and provide a full service covering the following areas:

  • Debt Collection – Prosecuting or defending proceedings for monies owed for work done or services supplied: Debt collection in Ireland involves the legal process of pursuing unpaid debts owed by individuals or businesses. This can include outstanding payments for services rendered, goods supplied or work performed. Legal proceedings may be initiated to recover these debts through the courts, or individuals may need to defend themselves against unjustified claims. Irish law provides mechanisms for debt recovery, including court judgments and enforcement actions, and legal advice is often sought to navigate these processes effectively.
  • Company Formations: Company formation in Ireland involves the process of establishing a new business entity, whether as a sole trader, partnership or company. Irish law sets out specific requirements and procedures for registering a company, including choosing a suitable business structure, drafting articles of association, and filing necessary documents with the Companies Registration Office (CRO). Legal assistance is often sought to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, address legal complexities, and establish a solid legal foundation for the new business venture.
  • Sponsorship Agreements: Sponsorship agreements in Ireland are contracts between a sponsor and a sponsored party, typically involving financial support or other resources in exchange for promotional benefits or other considerations. These agreements are common in various sectors, including sports, arts, and entertainment. Sponsorship agreements outline the rights and obligations of both parties, including the scope of sponsorship, duration, payment terms and promotional activities. Legal advice is often sought to negotiate and draft these agreements to ensure clarity, fairness and legal compliance.
  • Confidentiality Agreements: Confidentiality agreements, also known as non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), are legal contracts that protect sensitive information shared between parties. In Ireland, confidentiality agreements are commonly used in business transactions, employment relationships, and collaborations to safeguard proprietary information, trade secrets, and other confidential data. These agreements outline the terms and conditions under which confidential information may be shared and the consequences of unauthorized disclosure. Legal advice is essential to draft confidentiality agreements that provide adequate protection and are enforceable under Irish law.
  • Shareholder and Share Purchase Agreements For shareholders and/or Directors: Shareholder and share purchase agreements govern the acquisition and transfer of shares in Irish companies. These agreements outline the terms and conditions of the share transaction, including the sale price, payment terms, warranties and representations. Shareholder agreements also address matters such as shareholder rights, board composition, decision-making processes and dispute resolution mechanisms. Legal advice is often sought to negotiate, draft and review these agreements to protect the interests of shareholders and ensure compliance with company law regulations in Ireland.

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