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Michael Barr

Michael Barr


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Michael Barr is a Partner in the Corporate Department and he is a senior member of our Technology Law Unit. He specialises in the general corporate, technology, utilities, pharmaceuticals and outsourcing areas. He also has wide experience of company and business acquisition work and has been involved on both sides of venture capital transactions. Michael joined the firm in 1994 and qualified as a solicitor in 1997. He is a BCL graduate of University College Dublin and studied for a year in University de Nancy II in France as part of his studies. He has tutored in Private International Law and e-Commerce Law in the Law Society of Ireland. He has also given a number of presentations on various general commercial and technology related issues.


BCL (Hons) University College Dublin
University de Nancy II, France
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Professional Associations

Law Society of Ireland
Dublin Solicitors Bar Association


Tutorial in Private International Law and eCommerce Law in the Law Society of Ireland

Ireland IP & Technology Law Blog
A&L Goodbody 

A&L Goodbody is an Irish law firm providing expert legal advice across every aspect of business law. The Firm advises a broad domestic and international client base in both the private and public sectors, across the island of Ireland.


European Commission Adopts Privacy Shield
A&L Goodbody, July 2016

The European Commission has today adopted the Privacy Shield.  The Privacy Shield is intended to provide a framework for EU-US data transfers. What is the Privacy Shield? European data protection law restricts the transfer of personal data outside the European Economic Area (EEA) unless the country to which the data is transferred ensures an adequate level of data protection...

Brexit – What Next for Your Pan-European Asset Management Business?
A&L Goodbody, June 2016

Background The UK referendum held on 23 June 2016 has resulted in a majority voting in favour of the UK leaving the EU.  As of now the UK is still a part of the EU notwithstanding the vote on 23 June.  It is now up to the UK parliament to decide if, and if so when, to formally start the process to leave the EU.  The exit of a member state from the EU is dealt with in Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union (TEU) which has only existed since 1 December 2009...

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