Partner, Cork Office
John is Head of RDJ’s Tax Practice and specialises in the provision of corporate and business tax advice to corporates and individuals. He has advised on all aspects of Irish direct and indirect taxation for companies and individuals and has significant experience in the areas of corporate restructuring, property development and investment transactions and restructuring, remuneration strategies and tax structuring of businesses in Ireland.
John also has extensive experience in taking of tax appeals before the Tax Appeal Commission and the High Court.
John has lectured extensively and presented seminars on various tax matters for the Irish Tax Institute and the Law Society of Ireland and is the current Chairman of the Taxation Committee of Law Society of Ireland. He was co-author of the Institute publication on the Irish Finance Act (FINAK) from 2008 to 2014. He is also a member of the taxation committee of the CCBE (Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe).
University College Dublin (BCL) (LLM European Law)
Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland.
FITI Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA).
Irish Tax Review - Taxing Income from the Provision of Accommodation: Learning from the past
excellent, smart, practical and understands the bigger picture– Chambers Europe (2021)
a strategic thinker who is always available, and willing to invest time at the front end to bring a deal together– Chambers Europe.
John Cuddigan gives us help, advice and perspective on setting up complex matters in Ireland– The Legal 500
Revenue Audit & Investigations Handbook co-authored by RDJ Tax Partner
RDJ Tax Partner, Mark Barrett is co-author of the 3rd edition of "Revenue Audits & Investigations – The Professional’s Handbook" published by The Irish Tax Institute. The ...
Louis Fitzgerald Group to acquire iconic Imperial Hotel Cork
RDJ advised The Imperial Hotel Cork on its proposed acquisition by The Louis Fitzgerald Group, one of the largest family-run hospitality groups in the country.
Revenue’s Code of Practice for Compliance Interventions
Mark Barrett, RDJ Chartered Tax Adviser and Aidan Lucey, PWC Ireland Tax Partner, explore the core components in Revenue’s Code of Practice, which went live on 1 May 2022, and...
Budget 2023 – Supporting Individuals, Families and Business
RDJ Tax Partner John Cuddigan and David Rodgers provide an overview of the taxation measures introduced by Budget 2023.
RDJ partners Marie Gavin and John Cuddigan consider the use of earn-outs in share purchase transactions in Ireland in this Practical Law Insight. In particular they highlight ...
Finance Act 2021 and the Code of Practice for Revenue Compliance Interventions
Mark Barrett explains the changes in Revenue’s new Code of Practice, which will “go live” on 1 May, and outlines the Irish Tax Institute’s work to inform and assist members in...