Civil Proceedings and Dispute Resolution
“Legally protecting your rights.”
Finding yourself involved in a legal dispute can prove unsettling and stressful, particularly if the dispute is with a commercial organisation or government body. You may find yourself involved in disputes related to landlord and tenant issues, neighbour disputes, unpaid bills as well as professional negligence, breach of contracts and/or agreements, intellectual property disputes and general business disputes. It is vitally important to seek legal advice if you are to fully understand the legal proceedings involved and the necessary steps to take to help secure the best outcome.
Increasingly, we are seeing people face defamation, in which their personal or professional reputation is brought into disrepute. Typically defamation can occur when a false statement has been made public via print, radio or television, and increasingly through social media sites. In such cases you could be entitled to bring action against the individual or institution responsible for questioning your character or conduct.
Be assured at Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan , our specialist litigation team will provide you with the most appropriate advice and representation for your set of circumstances. We have extensive experience in handling many types of disputes and defamation cases. We take the necessary time to fully assess your situation and advise you accordingly on your legal rights.
Our specialist litigation team provides representation and advice in all areas, including:
- Insurance Arbitration
- Defective Products
- Land & Trespass Disputes
- Testamentary Disputes
- Commercial Litigation
- Arbitration & Mediation
- Banking Disputes
- Challenging decisions of Government and Government agencies
- Defamation; pre & post publication advice; initiating defamation proceedings; online/social media defamation
To find out more about how Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan Solicitors can assist you with Civil Proceedings and Dispute Resolution, please click here to complete our short form and we will be in touch.
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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
Latest News & Advice
This is where we share the latest Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan updates and discuss topical issues with you.
1 May 2018
Ireland’s Smear Test Controversy - Have You Been Affected?
Following the award of €2.5 million by the High Court last month to a terminally ill patient who’s cervical cancer was mis-diagnosed, an urgent review of Ireland’s cervical screening process is now underway.Read More
30 April 2018
GDPR - What You Need To Know
Whilst Data Protection legislation is nothing new, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - which comes into effect on 25 May 2018 - puts in place new and rigorous requirements for organisations and how they handle the personal data of EU citizens. It gives new and enhanced powers to the Data Protection Commissioner, and provides for costly fines to penalise non-compliance.Read More
24 April 2018
Parents through Surrogacy - are you eligible for leave entitlement?
For couples choosing surrogacy as a means to have a child, there can be many hurdles to overcome and issues to work through. One issue that arises time and again for intended mothers (the person who enters into a surrogacy arrangement with a surrogate mother to carry and deliver a child for them) in Ireland is that of leave - whether that is maternity leave, adoptive leave or parental leave.