Owen Sweeney

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Telephone056 772 1063

Email osweeney@pkhl.ie

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Overview

Owen Sweeney has worked with Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan since 2004 having commenced his Indentures of Apprenticeship with the firm.  Since qualification in 2007 Owen has specialised in a range of inter related commercial law areas and has unique expertise in the renewable energy sector.

Specialisms

Owen specialises in the area of commercial law and has gained significant experience in various aspects of commercial law and commercial property with particular emphasis on renewable energy matters, commercial transactions and insolvency matters.

Currently Owen’s main area of practice is the development of renewable energy projects acting for developers and land owners, for lending institutions on project financing and investors.

As well as advising both shareholders and directors on various aspects of company law, Owen also advises a number of established and start-up companies in a focused manner in relation to fund raising matters, debt financing and insolvency support. 

Owen adopts a solution based approach to his work to ensure his clients are in the best place to negotiate their way through any commercial transaction.

Accomplishments

Advised throughout the development phase and financing of the 33MW Blanchfield Sub Group.

Advised the developer and owner for the project finance of Cloghanleskirt Wind Farm with HSH Nordbank.

Provides ongoing advice to a leading venture debt provider in the Irish market.

Professional Affiliations/Membership

Board Member of Kilkenny Chamber of Commerce

Law Society of Ireland

Education

BA in Economics, University College Dublin (2001)

Post Graduate Diploma Legal Studies, DIT (2004)

Solicitor, Law Society of Ireland (2007)

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Saving Private Ryan

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“Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan has worked with us on a number of different matters, particularly commercial contracts and property matters. They tend to have specialists in each area which means we get the benefit of a very high level of expertise. We find them very responsive to our requirements, they quickly understand what has to be done and deliver the outcomes we need without delay. We value their assistance highly, and I would not hesitate to give them my recommendation.”David Ruane — Managing Director, Pulse Fashion Accessories, Newcastle, Co Dublin

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