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.
University of Limerick (B.A. Law and Accounting)
Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland.
The Team at RDJ provide an exceptional service. They have a deep experience and understanding of the legal landscape– The Legal 500 (2022)
very knowledgeable and proactive in their support– Chambers Europe (2022)
They are an excellent firm with a solid market reputation– The Legal 500 (2022)
Rebalancing responsibility between the occupier and visitor – Proposed Amendments Occupiers’ Liability Act 1995
Important reforms were approved by Cabinet recently which seeks to strike a balance with a property owner’s duty of care, whether they are a business or otherwise with the per...
Levelling The Defamation Playing Field
Government moves closer to amending The Defamation Act 2009
RDJ lawyers recognised as “Leaders in their Field” by Chambers Global 2022
Chambers Global: The World’s Leading Business Lawyers has recognized three RDJ Partners as “Leaders in their Field” for 2022.
Data Breach Claims: UK Court seek evidence of credible harm caused - a welcome trend in the assessment of non-material damages
Data Breach Claims: UK Court seek evidence of credible harm caused.
High Court refers questions to the European Court of Justice in “striking” Norwich Pharmacal application
High Court refers questions to the European Court of Justice
The High Court rules on Covid-19 business interruption claim by the Clarence Hotel
High Court rules on Covid-19 business interruption claim by the Clarence Hotel