Solicitor

 

Colin Carroll: BSc, MA, Dip Corporate Law

 

Business Law



After working for Mark McCormack’s International Management Group in London, Colin established his own television production companies. These operated in the UK, France and Ireland.  Later still, after years spent in South America, Colin launched a magazine in Spain.  Upon returning to Ireland, he became a lecturer in business at the Cork Institute of Technology where he was also commissioned to carry out a critical appraisal of their degree programmes. At the same time, Colin carried out research and development in nutraceuticals at the Business Innovation Centre operated by Enterprise Ireland. This led to commencement of studies in law after which he became a solicitor.





 

Multi Media

 

Colin featured on TVs Dragons Den promoting a quirky sports business prior to the London Olympics of 2012.


Consistently involved in entrepreneurial start-ups, Colin prides himself on protecting a business’ interests through installing the necessary legal frameworks while taking a keen interest in a business’s day to day operations.

The Cork law firm is recognised internationally as a leading business law firm supplying a range of commercial legal services to individuals, partnerships and corporations. Working alongside his father, Emeritus Professor of Law, Colin has gained an in-depth knowledge of various industries and, in particular, concerning aspects of commercial exploitation and protection of Intellectual Property Rights.


 

Bill Cullen and Colin
Colin with Bill Cullen at the Million Dollar Round Table


Today, Colin has had a significant involvement in mergers and acquisitions as well as handling multi-jurisdictional transactions on behalf of the multi-nationals he represents.

The areas in which Colin works for sole traders, partnerships and companies include:


    • Start-ups, joint ventures and venture capital

    • Shareholders Agreements

     

    • Agency & Distribution Agreements

    • Franchise Agreements

     

    • Employment Contracts & Disputes

    • Mergers & Acquisitions

     


    • Insolvency, Liquidation, Receivership and Examinership

     

    • Share & Subscription Agreements

      • Commercial Litigation

      • General Corporate Advice

        • Intellectual Property

        • EU & Competition Law