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Belfast law firm Arthur Cox wins Coca-Cola contract

By Staff Reporter

Published 28/10/2015

Raymond McGinley (L), Legal Director at Coca-Cola HBC, and Alan Taylor (R), Managing Partner at Arthur Cox’s Belfast office, celebrate the appointment of Arthur Cox as legal adviser to Coca-Cola HBC on an all-Ireland basis
Raymond McGinley (L), Legal Director at Coca-Cola HBC, and Alan Taylor (R), Managing Partner at Arthur Cox’s Belfast office, celebrate the appointment of Arthur Cox as legal adviser to Coca-Cola HBC on an all-Ireland basis
Raymond McGinley(L), Legal Director at Coca-Cola HBC, and Alan Taylor (R), Managing Partner at Arthur Cox’s Belfast office, celebrate the appointment of Arthur Cox as legal adviser to Coca-Cola HBC on an all-Ireland basis

Law firm Arthur Cox - which operates a large office in Belfast - has been appointed as legal advisor for Coca-Cola's operations across Ireland.

The firm will take on legal work for the Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company (HBC), which has its headquarters in Lisburn.

It is one of the largest bottlers and vendors of The Coca-Cola Company's products in the world.

Alan Taylor, managing partner at Arthur Cox's Belfast office, and the relationship partner for Coca-Cola HBC, said: "We are delighted to be appointed following a competitive process and look forward to supporting Coca-Cola HBC.

"Over recent years Arthur Cox has built an experienced and respected team and has a strong track record of partnering major corporates."

And Raymond McGinley, legal director at Coca-Cola HBC, said: "Alan Taylor and his colleagues in Belfast and Dublin have shown great commercial awareness and understanding of our needs."

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