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Matheson Partners with British Embassy for ‘Meet the Buyer’ Event

AUTHOR(S): Tom Hayes, Kate McKenna, Ciaran Healy
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution, EU, Competition and Regulatory, Life Sciences, Healthcare
DATE: 11.02.2019

Matheson was delighted to partner with the Department of International Trade through the British Embassy in Ireland, for this trade mission by visiting UK companies and service providers travelling to meet with procurement representatives from the Health Service Executive, the HSE.

British Ambassador to Ireland Robin Barnett opened the day-long conference, thanking Matheson for collaborating on this event with the Department of International Trade. The Department’s goals align perfectly with Matheson’s own stated purpose of servicing the Irish legal needs of companies and suppliers looking to do business in and from Ireland.

Partner and head of Healthcare, Tom Hayes, welcomed attendees and partners Michael Finn, Ciaran Healy and Kate McKenna offered advice on the legal requirements and logistics involved in setting up business operations in the healthcare sector in Ireland.

Pictured (l-r): Partner and head of Healthcare, Tom Hayes; Ambassador Robin Barnett; John Swords, Head of Procurement HSE; Julie Taylor, Head of Trade, Department for International Trade at the British Embassy

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