Our litigation solicitors can offer you assistance in business litigation cases. Commercial disputes can be solved in the Irish courts or by arbitration. Our Irish law firm can help you through this process by gathering evidence, serve the summons for the lawsuit or represent you in an Irish Court.
All businesses registered in Ireland must respect the terms stipulated by the Irish commercial law regarding the company type, numbers of directors or shareholders, the minimum shared capital of the company and many others.
When a foreign investor is seeking to register a company in Ireland, he or she should comply to the same regulations regarding company formation that a local investor must respect; however, there are certain business sectors restricted to foreign investors. You may find out more information on this subject from our Irish law firm.
Businesses in Ireland require a special permit or a license according to the activity sector in which they carry their operations. You can ask for assistance from our lawyers in Ireland.
Irish law stipulates several procedures for debt collection. Amicable debt collection is applied when the debtor is willing to pay the debt; all other cases can be solved by applying legal procedures, which can be explained by our solicitors in Ireland.
As a citizen of European Economic Area or of the European Union, you do not need a visa to enter in Ireland. Other citizens, according to the time spent in Ireland, may need a short stay “C” visa (for visits shorter than 3 months) or a long stay “D” visa (for stays longer than 3 months).
The citizenship in Ireland can be obtained if your parents or grandparents have Irish citizenship. Irish legislation states that the citizenship may be obtained through marriage with an Irish resident or through naturalization processes.
The Employment Law in Ireland regulates the types of contracts available for employers, terms of the contract, employee’s rights in terms of wage, sick leave, maternity leave and the termination of a contract.
In Ireland any two individuals can get married, regardless of their gender or nationality, as long as they are at least 18 years old; our Irish lawyers can offer you support in this sense.
Corporate tax in Ireland is set up at 12,5%, being the second smallest tax in the European Union. For individuals, a progressive tax is applied, according to the level of income earned.
For more information about the laws in Ireland or for professional advice in individual or corporate cases, please contact our Irish lawyers.