Ms Helen Kilroy > McCann FitzGerald LLP > Dublin, Ireland > Lawyer Profile

McCann FitzGerald LLP
RIVERSIDE ONE
SIR JOHN ROGERSON'S QUAY
DUBLIN 2
Ireland

Work Department

Dispute Resolution & Litigation, Commercial Disputes, Professional Indemnity, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Corporate Disputes

Position

Helen’s practice is in the field of commercial litigation, mediation and related advisory work. She has wide ranging experience in corporate disputes, in particular shareholder disagreements and breach of warranty claims; insurance disputes in particular professional negligence claims and property disputes. She also advises on partnership disputes, planning disputes, compulsory purchases and statutory investigations and enforcement. Helen is an accredited CEDR mediator (Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution, London) and has significant experience in mediating commercial disputes covering a broad range of subject matter. She is a former Council member and a past Chairperson of the Irish Commercial Mediation Association. She is a member of the Irish Sports Council’s Disciplinary Appeals Board and the Law Society ADR Committee. Helen also lectures on the Law Society Professional Practice course.

Career

Qualified in 1991

Education

Graduate of University College Dublin (BCL).

Lawyer Rankings

Ireland > Dispute resolution

(Hall of Fame)

Helen KilroyMcCann FitzGerald LLP

McCann FitzGerald LLP has a long history of engagements in major litigation, arbitration, regulatory and white-collar crime investigations and other contentious proceedings. It continues to be recognised for its strength in insurance and financial services cases, contractual disputes, product liability matters and public law cases. The sizeable team has a wide variety of engagements spread across the individual partners and other team members. Helen Kilroy is a leading figure in commercial litigation and mediation, including shareholder disputes and breach of warranty claims. Rosaleen Byrne is another with outstanding experience in big-ticket disputes. Former partner Sean Barton  has moved into a consultancy role with the firm.