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Mason Hayes & Curran LLP
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Litigation, Healthcare


Kevin leads the Healthcare and Medical Law team at Mason Hayes & Curran LLP, specialising in healthcare and life sciences law & regulation. He is a former practising medical doctor, which gives him a particular insight into the issues and challenges facing the healthcare sector.

He advises a number of Ireland’s major obstetric, general and psychiatric hospitals in both public and private sectors, for the Clinical Indemnity Scheme, and for a number of leading Irish & multinational pharmaceutical, medical device, food companies and laboratories. He has particular expertise in the defence of complex high value clinical negligence cases, advocacy and product liability litigation. Kevin also advises a wide range of clients in the healthcare and life sciences sectors on various regulatory issues including advertising, product safety & recall and regulatory enforcement.


Law Society of Ireland; Register of Medical Practitioners (Ireland) (formerly)


University College Dublin, BCL; University College Dublin, MB BCh BAO; Law Society of Ireland, Diploma in Employment Law

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Ireland > Healthcare and life sciences

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Kevin PowerMason Hayes & Curran LLP

Noted for its ‘excellent service and advice‘, Mason Hayes & Curran LLP has significant expertise in healthcare litigation, defending public and private sector clients against high-profile medical negligence claims. Other areas of strength include M&A in the life sciences sector, patent litigation and regulatory matters. Kevin Power, who specialises in medical negligence and product liability litigation, and Martin Kelleher, who focuses on corporate transactions, jointly lead the team. Gerard Kelly advises on IP matters, Michaela Herron has significant expertise in product liability matters, particularly relating to medical devices, and senior associate Ciara Deasy focuses on healthcare litigation.