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Mark Pery-Knox-Gore
Mark Pery-Knox-Gore is a partner in the Corporate and Commercial Department and has thirty years' experience in advising upon commercial agreements. Mark's practice spans the public, private and voluntary sectors. His main focus is advisory work for SMEs, public bodies and charitable organisations in the area of business regulation, corporate governance and contracts. His charity clients include healthcare, childcare, disability and adoption organisations as well as religious congregations and community development groups. He is also head of the firm's Corporate Governance Law Group and the Procurement Law Group.
 
Mark represents the Law Society on the Company Law Review Group and is a former Chairman of the Business Law Committee of the Law Society of Ireland.  He has spoken at conferences both in Ireland and abroad and has contributed chapters to publications by Kluwer on mergers and acquisitions as well as joint ventures.
 
Mark has been highly recommended for his work in a number of leading international publications including Chambers and PLC Which Lawyer? Comments include:
 
  • "comes highly recommended by his clients" Chambers & Partners 2013
  • "noted for his expertise in advising public sector bodies on a range of corporate and commercial matters" Chambers & Partners 2012
  • "has a wealth of experience in corporate governance" Chambers & Partners 2011
  • "has a diverse corporate practice and advises on commercial contracts, M&A, EU and procurement law. He has significant experience of advising public sector bodies." Chambers & Partners 2009  

E-mail. m.pery-knox-gore@beauchamps.ie
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Mark Pery-Knox-Gore

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