Associate, Cork Office
Lisa is a solicitor in the firm’s Commercial Litigation Department, specialising in Insurance Claims, Data Protection and Cyber Security. She advises a number of leading insurers on employer’s liability, public liability, property and motor claims together with arbitration/mediation, policy and indemnity disputes.
Lisa advises a broad range of public and private sector clients in relation to their implementation and compliance with data protection law as part of her role in RDJ’s Cyber and Data Protection team. She is also an active member of RDJ’s Incident Response Team and regularly advises client’s in relation to Cyber and Data Security Breach and claims.
Lisa is experienced in all aspects of litigation procedure, successfully representing clients at all Court levels. Prior to practising as a Solicitor, she was a practising Barrister, with a focus on general litigation and dispute resolution.
University College Cork (BCL) (LLM) (Master’s Degree in law)
The Honorable Society of Kings Inns (Barrister at Law Degree)
Essentials of Legal Practice course (ELPC) Law Society of Ireland
PDP - Practitioner Certificate in Data Protection
Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland
Qualified Barrister (BL)
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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...
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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 ...
Non-Material Damage Compensation – the CJEU Enters the Fray
The CJEU delivers its first, and eagerly awaited, decision on the concept of ‘non-material damage’ arising from an infringement of the GDPR and in doing so departs from the Ad...
Cyber Incident Response and Crisis Management Workshop
On Wednesday, 10 May, we hosted a Cyber Incident Response and Crisis Management workshop with RDJ partners Ricky Kelly and Jennifer Noctor and guest speakers Mark Fawcett and ...