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Dublin’s attraction for the world’s biggest law firm seems to have little to do with Brexit. Dentons, which employs more than 10,000 lawyers in 73 countries, has opened in the Republic with plans to be firmly up and running by the second quarter of this year.
Elliott Portnoy, Dentons’ chief executive, cited the capital’s position as a leading centre for offshore funds, aircraft leasing and technology as some of the Republic’s biggest city’s main draws. “Ireland is a priority market for many of our clients,” he said, explaining that the firm’s strategy was to be in all the places its customers did business.