Our litigation team has unrivalled experience in all types of high value dispute resolution in the financial services, built environment, technology, energy, insurance and health care sectors.
We frequently manage disputes with international and reputational aspects and we are adept at using arbitration, mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.
Our lawyers are leaders in their fields, specifically in the areas of boardroom and shareholder disputes, intellectual property, government and regulatory enquiries, employment and benefits, procurement, competition disputes and asset recovery.
The rigorous evaluation of risk and the effective presentation of a client’s position are the key skills of our lawyers in every sector.
We advise on disputes in the following areas:
- Commercial litigation
- Financial Services
- Public Service
- Intellectual Property
Chambers Global, 2017
“Commercial, approachable, responsive and easy to work with. Their commerciality has been helpful, providing good tactical advice.”
Legal 500, 2017
"A Strong will to win"
Chambers Global, 2016
"Adds value and provides direct contact at partner level."
Legal 500, 2016
Chambers Global, 2015
"The team is always responsive to any issues and extremely commercial, and doesn't get caught up in the detail."
Legal 500, 2015
Provides ‘excellent case management’
- Representing the Commission for the Regulation of Utilities in judicial review proceedings with electricity generators relating to the transition to the Integrated Single Electricity Market (“I-SEM”).
- Acting for CNH Industrial, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Iveco Magirus and Iveco in their defence of proceedings issued against them for follow-on damages for alleged breach of EU competition law.
- Representing SPV OSUS Limited in proceedings against HSBC and other services providers relating to losses suffered by Optimal Strategic U.S. Equity Limited following the collapse of the Madoff Ponzi scheme.
- Acting for the International Transport Workers’ Federation in proceedings against the Irish State seeking various declarations that the constitutional and human rights of several non-EEA migrant fishermen had been breached in their participation in a work scheme introduced by the government in 2016.