Carter Anhold & Company Solicitors is strategically based in Dublin and Sligo with a strong reputation for expertise in advising on Employment Law, Data Protection, Trademark/Brand Protection, Defamation and Equestrian Law as well as a wide range of other legal areas listed below.
With a large team of solicitors and network of in-office support staff, this large provincial law firm is capable of resourcing all of your needs and requirements.
Areas of law include:
- Personal Injuries
- Commercial Litigation
- Equine Law
- Trademark/Brand Protection
- Company Law
- Medical Negligence
- Employment Law
- Land and Property based Litigation
- Probate based Litigation
- Defamation Law
- Data Protection
- Family Law
- Residential, Commercial and Agricultural Conveyancing
- Wills and Administration of Estates
- Technology and Intellectual Property Law
Carter Anhold & Company Solicitors is a registered Trademark Agency Office
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I would like to thank Carter Anhold & Co., Solicitors in Sligo & Dublin for their expert legal assistance on the matter and I would have no hesitation in recommending them to anybody in a similar situation.
Carter Anhold & Co. Employment Solicitors in Sligo helped me to avail of the correct Employment Law complaint procedures to ensure proper payment to me by my former state body employer.
I would like to thank Carter Anhold & Co. Employment Solicitors and all their staff for their help, assistance and for the very attentive and prompt way in which they helped to bring my matter to a successful conclusion.
A very sensitive and harrowing matter for me was dealt in a very comforting, careful and professional way and I thank everyone at Carter Anhold & Co., Defamation Solicitors in Sligo and Dublin for always being there when I needed their help, for keeping me updated and informing me at all times in bringing my matter to a successful conclusion.
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