Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution

The art of litigation is in knowing the best approach to take to meet a client’s objectives.  Our wealth of experience equips us with the perspective necessary to identify cost effective and practical options available to clients in litigious matters at the earliest opportunity.

We represent clients in all superior courts including the Commercial Court and have significant experience in dealing with cross-border disputes through our global network of colleagues in, L.A.W.

We advise on the following areas:

  • advising clients on recovery and rent roll, landlord and tenant disputes, planning and environmental law disputes,
  • Advising in connection with financial and consumer regulation, health and safety requirements, packaging and labelling
  • Advising directors in relation to acquisitions, minority shareholding interests and removal as directors
  • Debt recovery and enforcement bankruptcy and personal solvency arrangements

Transactional experience:

  • Successfully represented a number of co-owners in complex Commercial Court litigation involving complicated joint venture and co-ownership of a nursing home.
  • Advised manufacturing client company on its obligations and potential liability regarding defective products, health and safety issues, product recall, and potential personal liability of directors and management of the recall campaign.
  • Represented large group of commercial unit holders in dispute with development Management Company involving numerous Circuit and High Court proceedings regarding the interpretation of leases and service charge clauses, and Supreme Court appeal.
  • Represented pharmaceutical company in termination of a Distribution Agreement involving complex issues of Irish and EU law.

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