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Cadwalader-Office-Sign Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft has rebuilt its European offering with the new launch.

Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft has launched an office in Dublin—the latest of a slew of U.S. and international firms to have recently opened in the city.

Cadwalader’s entry into the Republic of Ireland’s legal market follows on the heels of many other firms, including Hogan Lovells and Ashurst, that have recently opened offices there. And their move follows a groundswell of other firms that have been preparing for an expected uptick in work in the country in the wake of Brexit.

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