Since its inception, the bedrock of the firm has been its Commercial Litigation practice. In this regard the firm has acted in a wide variety of high profile disputes, including those in the areas of professional negligence, fraud, intellectual property, construction, judicial review, financial regulation and property disputes.
We provide our clients with pre-dispute advisory services and manage all stages of the formal litigation process. Our goal in advising clients on contentious matters is to achieve an outcome which is cost effective and meets their business needs. We also advise on legal actions arising under the Companies Acts, with a particular emphasis on shareholder and boardroom disputes.
Our aim is to help our clients avoid disputes wherever possible. In this regard, we are aware of the benefits afforded by all forms of alternative dispute resolution such as mediation and conciliation. We encourage clients to use these methods wherever appropriate.
INED Directors held personally liable for Company Fraud
ECJ Rules Publication of Beneficial Owner
Central Bank Fines UCITS ManCo Regulatory Breaches
Bank of Ireland Fined €100m for regulatory breaches
Central Bank imposes €1.82 million fine on Danske Bank
AML – New Guidance on Penalties for Breaches
Record Fine by Irish Financial Regulator
GDPR Fine of €17 million for META
Kevin Lynch is a founding partner of Clerkin Lynch LLP. He trained and qualified as a solicitor in a leading Dublin law firm, where he worked for 7 years prior to establishing Clerkin Lynch LLP. Kevin has particular expertise in the areas of commercial law, commercial litigation and contentious and non-contentious construction law.