Kerman & Co sponsors LBDC Dublin event

“LBDC”    (“Lawyers’ Business Development Club“)

Good afternoon,

I am very much looking forward to returning to Dublin this Friday for our very special  LBDC  (“Lawyers’ Business Development Club“) guest speaker event.

This will be our final  LBDC  Talk for 2014 and will be sponsored by Kerman & Co.  Indeed it will be our 34th guest speaker event at the  LBDC  since the Club was established in London in 2011.

Guest Speaker: Julie Sinnamon

Julie Sinnamon

Our Guest speaker will be:

JULIE SINNAMON (CEO of Enterprise Ireland ).

Enterprise Ireland is the Irish state agency responsible for the development of Irish business.

Julie has kindly agreed to give us a Talk about her personal career journey at this special  LBDC  event.

Venue: The stunning “Guest Room” at the Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club.  Time: 12.30 p.m. to 2.00 p.m.

Our Event Sponsor:  Kerman & Co (a leading commercial law firm)


I would like to say a special thank you to Daniel O’Connell and Sean Nolan of Kerman & Co (a commercial law firm with offices in London and Dublin) for sponsoring our exclusive  LBDC  guest speaker event in Dublin.

Kerman & Co:  Daniel O’Connell


Daniel O’Connell is the Managing Partner of Kerman & Co.

He co-founded Kerman & Co with Andy Kerman.

Daniel was admitted as a solicitor in the Republic of Ireland in 1988 and in England and Wales in 1991.

Daniel studied law at University College Dublin.

Kerman & Co:  Sean Nolan

Sean Nolan

Sean has worked extensively in the practice areas of commercial law, M&A, inward investment, joint ventures, shareholders’ agreements and IP. 

He has also acted for various commercial ports in relation to a wide range of matters including contributing to the Harbours (Amendment) Act 2009. 

Sean joined Kerman & Co as a Partner in 2011.  Prior to this, he was a Partner at one of Dublin’s leading international law firms where he practiced for 11 years. 

Sean is qualified in both England and Ireland, having attended University College London and the College of Law. 

He is co-author of “Buying and Selling a Business – Tax and Legal Issues” published by the Irish Institute of Taxation.”

Event Details

When: Friday, November 28, 2014
  Networking: 12.30 to 1.00 p.m.  Talk: 1.00 p.m- 2.00 p.m.

The Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club

  9 St Stephen’s Green
  Dublin 2
Sponsor:  Kerman & Co
Cost: Free


Julie Sinnamon

Julie Sinnamon is the recently appointed Chief Executive Officer of Enterprise Ireland

Enterprise Ireland is the Irish government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets.

Throughout her career in Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland, Julie has gained considerable experience in a variety of industry sectors and international markets.

Most recently, she was Executive Director for Global Business Development in Enterprise Ireland.

In addition to working with a portfolio of companies across a wide range of sectors, Julie has taken a specific interest in Enterprise Ireland’s Strategy for Female Entrepreneurship.

Julie has a Masters Degree in International Business (Fordham & IMI) and is a graduate of the Stanford Executive Programme.”




Julie Sinnamon:  In the Press

*Irish Independent: “Enterprising chief who builds Irish business”

*You can watch a video of Julie Sinnamon (addressing some of the most successful women in tech at the Female Founders Forum in Dublin on 30 June 2014) on this link here:

*The Irish Times: “New EI Boss: My Loyalties are with SME’s”

Previous guest speakers at the LBDC (Lawyers Business Development Club)

London:  Peter D Sutherland SC (Chairman of Goldman Sachs International) and Des Crowley (CEO of Bank of Ireland UK)

Dublin:  Professor Ian Robertson (author of The Winner Effect)

Boston:  Dorie Clark (author and branding expert)

New York:  Maria Konnikova (New York Times bestselling author) and David Zweig (author and contributor to leading publications)


It would be great to see you if you would be interested in attending this special  LBDC  event.

Places will be limited and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.  Once all the places have been allocated, a waiting-list will be in operation.  So please register early to avoid disappointment.

If you would like to book a place, you can do so by dropping me a line on:


I look forward to hearing from you and to seeing you soon.

Colin Carroll

on behalf of the LBDC    (“Lawyers’ Business Development Club”)


LBDC   (“Lawyers’ Business Development Club“)

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