Litigation & Dispute Resolution
We are aware litigation can be a time consuming, costly and anxiety filled process for our clients.
The firm provides strong representation in all areas of litigation including, but not limited to:
- Commercial and Contractual Disputes
- Commercial Debt Recovery
- Constitutional Issues and Judicial Review
- Public Interest Litigation
- Insurance – Public Liability and Professional Indemnity Claims
- Professional Negligence – Legal, Medical, Construction etc
- Defamation and Breach of Privacy
- Human Rights Violations
- Employment Disputes
- Personal Injuries*
- Assault, False Imprisonment and Wrongful Arrest
- Road Traffic Accidents
- Product Liability Claims
- Property Disputes
- Probate Disputes
We recognise it is in our clients’ best interests to ensure where disputes occur they are resolved in the most efficient and effective manner possible; this also means in terms of time and cost. This includes providing practical strategic legal advice about how to best avoid potentially litigious situations or to managing litigation where it is unavoidable.
Possibly one of the biggest stressors for clients involved in litigation is the uncertainty surrounding the process. Therefore, we believe in keeping our clients fully informed of the progress of any litigation from beginning to end and doing our best to take as much uncertainty out of the process.
The firm is committed and open to the utilisation of alternative means of dispute resolution (such as mediation or arbitration) where this is considered to be in the best interests of our clients.
Our Principal, James Evans, is an accredited mediator through Mediation Forum Ireland and also an accredited Collaborative Family Law Practitioner. We can provide our clients with access to alternative dispute resolution as a means of resolving disputes in a non-adversarial manner thus potentially avoiding protracted and costly litigation.
In the event litigation is necessary, we have the practical experience, knowledge and expertise to vigorously assert and defend our clients’ rights before all Irish and European courts.
* Pursuant to the Solicitors (Amendment) Act 2002 and the Solicitors (Advertising) Regulations 2002, It is unlawful for any solicitor, in contentious business, to calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.