Arthur Cox is one of Ireland’s leading law firms. For almost 100 years, we have been at the forefront of developments in the legal profession in Ireland. An international firm, with over 350 legal staff and a total headcount of over 200, including more than 100 partners. Arthur Cox is an “all-Island” law firm, with full-service offices in Dublin, Ireland, Belfast, Northern Ireland. We also have offices in London, New York and Silicon Valley. The firm's practice encompasses all aspects of corporate and business law. We provide a comprehensive service to an international client base ranging from multinational organisations, banks and financial institutions and established global leaders to government agencies and new players in emerging industry sectors.
We were awarded Irish Law Firm of the Year 2018 by International Financial Law Review (IFLR) Europe Awards; Irish Client Service Law Firm of the Year 2018, Ireland Law Firm of the Year 2017 by Chambers Europe. The firm also won Best National Firm for Women in Business Law, Best National Firm Mentoring Programme, International Law Firm in the Americas.
Greg has over 20 years of Arthur Cox experience in various litigious commercial matters in the High Court, Commercial High Court, Supreme Court, European Court of Justice, tribunals and investigations and tax appeals. Greg has also advised directors and officers of corporations on their duties and obligations relating to money laundering issues, legal mutual requests, search warrants, freezing orders and indictments. Has considerable expertise in advising on investigations by foreign regulators such as the UK Serious Fraud Office, German authorities, Italian authorities, the US Department of Justice, the US Internal Revenue Service and the US Securities Exchange Commission. He has spoken at fraud conferences in Ireland, England, Germany, Austria, Holland and the USA. He is an advisory Board Member of FraudNet, an international network of fraud litigation specialists founded by the International Chamber of Commerce Board and also Chairman of the FraudNet Marketing Committee.
Advising an online seller in relation to cross-border fraudulent activity on its online seller account with a large online retailer, including advising on Irish and US offences.
Acting for an Italian Bank in respect of their claim of over €12m regarding sums invested in Thema, a UCITS Fund, in respect of which HSBC acted as custodian. It is alleged that all of the monies invested by the Bank and other shareholders in Thema were channelled to the fictitious “hedge fund” operated by Bernard Madoff.
Advising a state body on a US/DOJ Investigation / SEC Investigation.
Advising a company director in relation to an IRS/DoJ Investigation.
Advising an Irish citizen in relation to an application to lift approximately 60 freezing orders made by An Garda Síochána pursuant to section 17 of the Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) Act 2010 in respect of trusts’ accounts and funds over a five year period.
Advising a Canadian citizen regarding his indictment from an online gambling company action in the US and his extradition from Dublin to New York.
Successfully represented Russian and Irish entities in a complex employment/insolvency related dispute involving an injunction application and cross-border jurisdictional issues.
Advising a client in respect of a dawn raid on foot of orders obtained through the Criminal Justice (Mutual Assistance) Act 2008 in respect of alleged tax evasion offences arising from the Cum-Ex trade scandal.
Advising a foreign sovereign state on obtaining orders to trace and monitor transactions relating to the proceeds of crime through Ireland’s Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty obligations.