Sarah Reynolds is a Partner at Kane Tuohy, and heads our Commercial and Data Protection Department. She practices commercial law, data protection and privacy law, commercial litigation, landlord and tenant disputes (commercial and residential).
Her clients include Irish and international businesses including SMEs, individual entrepreneurs, larger corporations, financial institutions, and accountancy practices. She advises these clients on commercial matters including contract law and complex commercial agreements. Sarah has acted in many high-value commercial disputes on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants.
She graduated with a BCL degree from UCC in 2005 and a Masters at Law (LLM) in 2006. Her further academic achievements include the Institute of Banking’s Professional Certificate in Data Protection (2014); the Law Society of Ireland’s Professional Diploma in Technology Law and Intellectual Property law (2017); and Introduction to Construction Law with the Law Society of Ireland (2018). Sarah qualified as a solicitor in 2011.
Sarah recently acted in a number of sales and acquisitions of companies including acting for the shareholders of Aiken Insurances Limited in the sale of the Insurance Company to NFP Insurance. She also acted for James Latham PL, one of UK’s largest distributors of timber, in the purchase of Abbey Woods and, more recently, acted for the shareholders of Construction Information Services in the sale of its business to Glenigan, being market intelligence specialists for the construction sector.
Sarah advises SMEs, State bodies, financial institutions, Owner Management Companies in relation to all aspects of Data Protection law and privacy related issues. She also has experience acting as a Data Protection Officer for organisations. She recently acted for a large new home’s provider on their data compliance, data processing, transfer arrangements and service level agreements;
Sarah advises in all areas of commercial law from advising on terms and conditions of business to Software as a service agreements. For example, she currently acts for a large retrofit company in relation to all commercial advices required including supply and distribution agreements; subcontracting arrangements; service level agreements; intellectual property issues, and warranty and guarantee advice.
Sarah has also significant experience in the area of commercial litigation and in particular, banking legislation representing State Banks in the High Court and Commercial Court and enforcing judgments in this jurisdiction and abroad.
Sarah also represents large property management companies and accountancy practices (acting in their capacity as receivers) as landlords in relation to residential disputes before the Residential Tenancies Board and enforcement through the Courts as required.
Through our legal European alliance TELFA, Sarah acts for European and international clients in relation to all types of commercial arrangements including advising on Master Service Level Agreements, distribution agreements and Data protection issues that might arise.