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DAC Beachcroft Dublin

FLEMING COURT, FLEMING PLACE, DUBLIN 4, DO4 N4X9, IRELAND
Tel:
Work +353 1 231 9600
Fax:
Fax +353 1 231 9610
DX:
109012 FITZWILLIAM
Email:
Web:
www.dacbeachcroft.com

Ireland

Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 2

DAC Beachcroft Dublin

DAC Beachcroft Dublin’s team is led by Lisa Broderick, who has particular expertise in disclosure and privilege issues. Gary Rice acts in regulatory and disciplinary cases for clients such as the Turf Club. The practice is also noted for its strong personal injury and medical negligence capability.

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Employment
Employment - ranked: tier 4

DAC Beachcroft Dublin

DAC Beachcroft Dublin has a strong following in the insurance sector and specialises in advising on employment-related liability claims. Practice head Barry Reynolds has been particularly active providing TUPE advice.

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Insurance
Insurance - ranked: tier 2

DAC Beachcroft Dublin

DAC Beachcroft Dublin provides ‘a proactive and cost-efficient service’ to insurers such as Zurich. Practice head Katie da Gama specialises in professional indemnity cases, Noreen Howard is a medical malpractice expert and James Colville leads on personal injury work.

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