Solicitor, Cork Office
Aisling is a Solicitor in the firm’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution department, specialising in insurance defence work, personal injury cases and material damage claims.
She has experience in all aspects of litigation procedure and practices in all Court jurisdictions. Aisling has a particular focus in the area of insurance fraud, defending fraudulent and exaggerated claims. She recently joined the Health and Safety Lawyers Association of Ireland Committee.
B.A. Law and Accounting (University of Limerick)
Diploma in Insurance Law (Law Society Ireland)
Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland.
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Amendment to Occupiers Liability on the Horizon: Benefits to Occupiers and Insurers alike
In this article, RDJ Litigation Partner Marianne Lonergan discusses the changes being introduced by the Courts and Civil Law (Misc. Provisions) Bill 2023 which was sent to the...
Government Adopts State Litigation Principles
On 21 June 2023, the Government adopted State Litigation Principles which seek to guide the State in maintaining high standards of ethics and integrity in the conduct of litig...
Does the County Registrar have jurisdiction to dismiss repossession proceedings for want of prosecution?
In our latest insight, Hilda Mannix and Stephen Maloney from RDJ’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution team examine a recent High Court decision which has clarified the limited ...
Recovery of Litigation Costs: Overview (Ireland)
RDJ Senior Associate Hilda Mannix provides an overview on rules and practice related to the recovery of litigation costs in Ireland in this Practical Law Global Practice note....
Clarification at Last! Costs Update- “Special Circumstances” and Order 53 Rule 2 (2) of the District Court Rules
A recent decision from Justice Miriam O’Regan in an Appeal from the Circuit Court to the High Court on Circuit in Cork has provided helpful guidance on the award of District C...
Court of Appeal provides guidance on proportionality in the assessment of general damages
The recent judgment of the Court of Appeal delivered on the 8th of September 2022 in Kevin Meehan v Shawcove Ltd and Ors provides helpful guidance on how the courts must appro...