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A&L Goodbody

42-46 FOUNTAIN STREET, BELFAST, BT1 5EF, NORTHERN IRELAND
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Work +44 28 9031 4466
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Fax +44 28 9031 4477
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Belfast, Dublin, London, New York, Palo Alto, San Francisco

Barbara Creed

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Work +442890727445
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A&L Goodbody

Work Department

Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Position

Partner 

Career

Barbara Creed is partner in A&L Goodbody's Litigation and Dispute Resolution team. She represents a large number of high profile clients in both local and multi-jurisdictional disputes. Barbara is highly regarded for her ability to deal with complex disputes in the following areas: shareholder and corporate, land and property, professional negligence, insurance, product liability and commercial contracts. Barbara is highly experienced in the various forms of alternative dispute resolution and takes a highly commercial approach to dispute resolution.

Member

Barbara holds a Certificate in Advanced Advocacy from the Law Society of Northern Ireland. She is also a member of the Commercial Litigation Association of England and Wales and the Commercial Litigation Association of Ireland.


Northern Ireland

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

A&L Goodbody ’s litigation team is noted for construction, real estate, professional negligence and procurement disputes, and has seen an uptick in financial litigation, product liability cases and judicial reviews. The group acts for a broad spectrum of clients, including banks, governmental bodies, developers, housing associations and insurance companies. Practice head Brendan Fox is leading the team advising the Northern Ireland Housing Executive on the termination of five multimillion-pound lot contracts following a breach of contract by a professional consultant. In a standout mandate, Micaela Diver (‘personable, expert, engaging and empathic’) represented the Renewable Heat Association Northern Ireland in a judicial review of the decision of the Minister and the Department for the Economy to release the names of the participants in the highly publicised RHI Scheme into the public domain; the review was successful and the decision was reversed. Diver is acting for the same client in a judicial review of the decision of the Department for the Economy to implement the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2017. Barbara Creed is a key name for commercial and corporate litigation.

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A&L Goodbody

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    The Article 167 of Turkish Constitution attributed to the government the duty to take ?for money, credit, capital, product and service markets, measures providing and improving healthy and regular procedures? to prevent ?monopolization and cauterization created as result of activity or agreement in the markets?.
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