DLA Piper to reopen Dublin office next month
Global law firm DLA Piper will reportedly reopen its Dublin office early next month as public health restrictions are eased.
The firm will began a phased return to work across its Ireland, UK and Middle East offices from 6 July, The Lawyer reports.
Staff will be invited to return to the office on a voluntary basis, strictly capped at a maximum of 10 to 15 per cent of the workforce.
DLA Piper launched its Irish operation, headed by partner David Carthy, in 2018, bringing to an end its previous relationship with business law firm Mason Hayes & Curran (MHC).
It has recruited extensively from rival firms and recently moved to a 10,000 square-foot office on St Stephen’s Green to accommodate a growing headcount.