Who We Are

Designated Public Officials under the Lobbying Act 2015

The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment designated public officials in accordance with the Regulation of Lobbying Act 2015.

 

Declan Hughes

Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment

Secretary General

 

Dermot Mulligan

Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment

Assistant Secretary, Workplace Regulation and Economic Migration Division

 

Pauline Mulligan

Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment

Assistant Secretary, Indigenous Enterprise Division

 

Ronnie Downes

Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment

Assistant Secretary, Trade Division

 

Jean Carberry

Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment

Assistant Secretary, EU, Digital and Access to Finance Division

 

Sabha Greene

Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment

Acting Assistant Secretary, Commerce, Consumer and Competition Division

 

John Newham

Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment

Assistant Secretary, Innovation and Investment Division

 

David Hegarty

Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment

Assistant Secretary, Enterprise Strategy, Competitiveness and Evaluation Division

 

Harry Lester

Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment

Assistant Secretary, Corporate Services Division

 

Kevin Foley

Labour Court

Chairman

  

Louise O’Donnell

Labour Court

Deputy Chairperson

 

Thomas Geraghty

Labour Court

Deputy Chairperson

  

Alan Haugh

Labour Court

Deputy Chairperson

  

Katie Connolly

Labour Court

Deputy Chairperson

  

Anna Perry

Workplace Relations Commission

Acting Director General

  

Maureen O’Sullivan

Companies Registration Office

Registrar of Companies

 

Registry of Friendly Societies

Registrar of Friendly Societies

 

Central Register of Beneficial Ownership of Companies and Industrial and Provident Societies

Registrar of Beneficial Ownership of Companies and Industrial and Provident Societies

 

James Kelly

Controller of Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Office of Ireland

The Controller of the IPOI oversees the Intellectual Property Office of Ireland and carries out the statutory functions of the role in accordance with legislative requirements, mainly the granting of patents, the registration of trademarks and designs and the administration and maintenance of these industrial property rights. The Controller also has statutory functions concerned with the registration of copyright licensing bodies, references and applications relating to licensing schemes operated by those bodies and the resolution of disputes regarding royalty amounts arising mainly in the area of public performance of sound recordings.

 

Laura McGonigle

Special Advisor to the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment

 

Chris Donoghue

Special Advisor to the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment

 

 

Related link

Register of Lobbying: www.lobbying.ie