We have a market leading dispute resolution practice and have significant experience in a broad range of commercial litigation matters. Our areas of expertise include: company shareholder disputes; contractual disputes; actions against company directors; building contract disputes; property litigation; professional negligence; section 994 Companies Act petitions; share sale warranty claims; civil fraud claims; judicial reviews; intellectual property disputes; directors’ disqualification proceedings; debt recovery; public procurement challenges; contentious insolvency proceedings; insurance litigation; medical negligence litigation; and defamation and privacy disputes.
We work across all sectors to ensure clients receive industry-specific advice from a purpose-built dispute resolution team. It allows us to add real value by providing specialist legal knowledge and practical, business-focused insights. With a close client partnership approach, we can often anticipate areas of potential disagreement and suggest ways to prevent them becoming a costly distraction.
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Areas of Expertise
Company shareholder disputes
Debt recovery and Insolvency
Personal injury claims defence
Employers' liability claims
Public liability claims
Road traffic claims
Health and Safety investigations and prosecutions
Catastrophic injuries claims defence
Occupational injury and disease claims
Fraudulent claims defence
Diageo Pension Trust
Represented Diageo Pension Trust in a professional negligence action against an architect in connection with the construction of a shopping centre.
GAA Ulster Council
Acting for the Ulster Council of the GAA to support the defence of an application for judicial review to challenge planning permission granted for the redevelopment of Casement Park.
"They are excellent. Domestically they know their own market and the system, processes and courts on top of being able to assist with international elements."
Northern Ireland Housing Executive
Represented Northern Ireland Housing Executive in a high-value matter relating to possession of a city centre development site and breach of a development agreement.
Acted as lead solicitor representing a group of purchasers of apartments in the James Clow development in the first Group Litigation Order of its kind in NI. The case was successfully won.
Advised Corbo Properties on its successful judicial review challenge relating to the grant of retail planning permissions.