Solicitor, Cork Office
James is a Solicitor, practicing in the firm’s Dispute Resolution team. He specialises in large scale commercial disputes advising clients on a wide range of contentious commercial matters such as professional negligence, administrative law with a particular focus on planning and environmental law, shareholder disputes and property and construction related disputes.
James has significant experience in all aspects of court procedures including those of the District and Circuit Court, the High Court (including the Commercial Court) and Court of Appeal. He also has in depth knowledge of alternative dispute resolution including negotiation and mediation.
University College Cork (BCL Clinical)
Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland
- Winner of the Brown Mosten International Client Consultation Competition 2021
- Runner-up as mediator in the International Alternative Dispute Resolution Tournament 2020
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Rebalancing responsibility between the occupier and visitor – Proposed Amendments Occupiers’ Liability Act 1995
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Intellectual Property Rights and Artificial Intelligence: The Printing Revolution meets Industry 4.0
We live in a world where technology enjoys exponential growth and limitless developments.
Beechbrook Capital provide follow-on capital to the BHSL Group to facilitate growth
RDJ advised Beechbrook Capital on the provision of follow-on capital to the BHSL Group to facilitate their continued growth following the acquisition of Glan Agua Ltd.
Wayleadr Raises $4 Million in global expansion
Irish founded Wayleadr, which is developing tools for "last-mile automation" for commuters, has raised $4 million (€3.7 million) in a new funding round.
Levelling The Defamation Playing Field
Government moves closer to amending The Defamation Act 2009
Contracting for AI-related services: what's important?
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