Matthew is a partner in the Commercial & Business team at Hayes solicitors. Matthew is a highly skilled litigator in commercial disputes and is experienced in cases before the Commercial Court and cases involving cross border issues. He has acted in significant loan recovery proceedings and in the defence of very substantial construction/energy claims. He has considerable experience of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms.
Siobhan is a Senior Associate with Eversheds Sutherland and specialises in the areas of contentious building- and construction-related disputes, disputes in the commercial property sector, and alternative dispute resolution. She also has broad experience in commercial disputes. She has acted in multimillion Euro disputes arising from investments in financial products promoted by both leading financial institutions and financial intermediates.
Don is a Senior Associate in A&L Goodbody’s Disputes and Investigations group. He has considerable experience of Commercial Court litigation and large-scale, multi-jurisdictional litigation. He specialises in alternative dispute resolution processes. He has advised both national and international insurers on coverage disputes, as well as advising on insurers’ regulatory obligations.
Paul is a Partner in William Fry and acts on behalf of clients in respect of complex, high-value insurance claims and coverage disputes. He is the firm’s representative in The Harmonie Group, an international network of vetted law firms providing dispute resolution services. He also advises on contractual/tortious disputes.
Paul is a Partner in the Dispute Resolution Department in Eugene F. Collins. He has extensive experience acting for national and international clients in all aspects of commercial litigation, with a particular focus on insurance claims, product liability claims, contractual disputes and financial litigation. Paul regularly acts for a number of insurance companies in a wide range of insurance related disputes and has considerable experience advising clients on alternative dispute resolution options.
John is a Partner in the Litigation Department of Dillon Eustace and advises national and international clients on all aspects of commercial litigation, arbitration and mediation. John is a Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR)-Accredited Mediator and a member of the Irish Commercial Mediation Association.
Naoise heads up the Irish insurance and reinsurance practice of Pinsent Masons and is a partner. He specialises in the corporate insurance and reinsurance sector and has been involved in many material corporate insurance transactions in the Irish market. He advises major Irish and international insurers, reinsurers and intermediaries.
Rory is a Partner at Mason, Hayes & Curran, where he is head of the construction team. He has extensive experience in energy and construction issues and expertise in real estate, renewable energy and gas. Rory advises clients through ADR, arbitration and court.
Michael is a Partner at Holmes O’Malley Sexton and specialises in high-level, complex professional negligence litigation with a focus upon pursuing the most effective means of dispute resolution. He also advises on the GDPR, including compliance strategies, risk minimisation and litigation arising from data breaches. He acts for insurance companies, loss adjusters, and financial institutions, among others.
April is a Partner in Matheson and specialises in insurance disputes for international clients and financial institutions. She acts for insurance companies in complex coverage disputes, often in the Commercial Court, through arbitration or another ADR method. She has acted for clients in ad hoc arbitrations and arbitrations under LCIA rules.
Andrew is Regional Managing Partner for EMEA, as well as Managing Partner in Kennedy’s Dublin office. He has over 20 years’ experience advising clients in both contentious and non-contentious matters. He advises insurers on claims brought against directors of leading multinational companies and defending directors in breach of duty claims.
Colm has been in practice in Dublin at the Irish Bar since 1988 and became a Senior Counsel in 2005. He has a wide-ranging practice concentrated on commercial and public law litigation and on international arbitration. He has been appointed as arbitrator in international disputes under the rules of ICSID, LCIA, ICC, ICDR and DIAC. He is currently member for Ireland on the ICC International Court of Arbitration and is designated by Ireland to the ICSID Panel of Arbitrators.
Mark is a litigation and regulatory investigations partner in ByrneWallace LLP, advising domestic and international organisations on complex disputes with a particular focus on corporate disputes, contentious intellectual property, and insurance matters. He also has extensive experience in advising private, semi-state and public organisations in regulatory investigations and enquiries.
Daniel is an insurance disputes partner at DWF. He has particular expertise in professional indemnity claims in the financial, legal and construction sectors. His practice also encompasses property damage claims and recoveries, coverage disputes, cyber claims, and defamation. He has extensive experience of ADR, including arbitration both national and international.
Neil is a senior counsel at the Bar of Ireland. He has a commercial practice, encompassing company and insolvency, financial services, professional negligence, construction, energy, insurance, and planning and environmental law. He has acted in many arbitrations, both domestic and international.
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