News & Events

An archive of the latest Carson McDowell news, events, and seminars.
Carson McDowell joins the 2019 Legal Walk / Run

Carson McDowell joins the 2019 Legal Walk / Run

17 May 2019

Carson McDowell is delighted to be participating in this year’s Legal Walk / Run with the Law Society of Northern Ireland. Joining the successful 5km event for a third time...

Author: Lucy Clarke

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Cheque handover to charity partner PIPS

Cheque handover to charity partner PIPS

15 May 2019

This month marks the end of Carson McDowell’s year-long charity partnership with PIPS Charity. Thank you to all our staff for supporting a number of fundraising events including the Easter...

Author: Jacqueline McAleese

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Carson McDowell Advise Belfast Harbour Commissioners on Investment on Port of Belfast

Carson McDowell Advise Belfast Harbour Commissioners on Investment on Port of Belfast

13 May 2019

Carson McDowell is delighted to have advised long-standing client the Belfast Harbour Commissioners, on the development agreement and construction contracts for its recently announced £15m investment at the Port of...

Author: Dawson McConkey
Practice Area: Construction Law, Real Estate

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Diversity makes good business sense

Diversity makes good business sense

03 May 2019

DIVERSITY and inclusion should be a board level issue for Northern Ireland companies, not just something that is paid lip service in HR handbooks, according to the head of employment...

Practice Area: Employment Law

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​Appointment of new Managing Partner and Senior Partner at Carson McDowell

​Appointment of new Managing Partner and Senior Partner at Carson McDowell

01 May 2019

Roger McMillan and Neasa Quigley have today (1st May) taken over the responsibilities of the managing partner role from Michael Johnston, who has served eight years in the position. Michael...

Author: Roger McMillan

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“Online Harms White Paper” Consultation closes 1 July 2019

“Online Harms White Paper” Consultation closes 1 July 2019

16 April 2019

1. Mark Zuckerberg’s argument for standardised regulation of the Internet On 31 March 2019, Mark Zuckerberg published an opinion piece in the Washington Post, The Internet needs Rules, also...

Author: Olivia O'Kane
Practice Area: Media and Defamation

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Tech can be a shining light for NI at a time of uncertainty

Tech can be a shining light for NI at a time of uncertainty

11 April 2019

Over the course of the past three years we have seen economic growth slowing down to a very modest rate across the UK and Northern Ireland. This...

Author: Neasa Quigley
Practice Area: Cyber Security
Sector: Technology

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The Implications of the Modern Slavery Act in Public Sector Tendering

The Implications of the Modern Slavery Act in Public Sector Tendering

04 April 2019

Modern slavery, which includes forced labour and human trafficking, is unfortunately still a significant concern in today’s society. The International Labour Organisation estimates that around 14,000 people are victims of...

Author: Niamh Magee

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Carson McDowell Partners with Irish News for 2019 Workplace and Employment Awards

Carson McDowell Partners with Irish News for 2019 Workplace and Employment Awards

28 February 2019

Carson McDowell is once again partnering with the Irish News for their Workplace & Employment Awards which launched in Hickson's Point on Tuesday 26th February.Representatives from many of Northern Ireland's...

Author: Orlagh O'Neill
Practice Area: Employment Law

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​Buy in haste, repent at leisure

​Buy in haste, repent at leisure

27 February 2019

Following the financial crisis a decade ago, it has become common for properties to be sold by public auction, especially for what are commonly known as ‘distressed’ properties.Typically these are...

Practice Area: Real Estate

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