Mr Paul Convery > William Fry > Dublin, Ireland > Lawyer Profile
William Fry Offices
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Mr Paul Convery
Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Paul is a Partner in our Litigation & Dispute Resolution Department. He advises individuals and corporate clients involved in domestic and multi-jurisdictional contractual/tortious disputes and represents the Irish interests of a number of global corporations and Irish based entities. Paul has extensive experience of advising clients where issues arise involving financial litigation, which has included being lead advisor on behalf of two parties involved in separate Madoff related proceedings with an overall value in excess of USD$3.5bn.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading individuals)
William Fry acts for clients facing challenging allegations of white-collar crime including fraud, insider dealing, data breaches and money laundering. The team is a popular choice for clients from the the financial services industry. The practice is led by Owen O’Sullivan, who also leads the firm’s dispute resolution practice. Other key partners in the team include Lisa Carty, whose experience in advising financial sector clients includes assisting companies involved in a parliamentary banking inquiry. Garrett Breen is currently involved in a number of cross-border issues and Paul Convery is ‘innovative and practical’. Laura Murdock was promoted to partner in 2020.
William Fry‘s dispute resolution team handles a varied range of matters including breaches of contracts, professional negligence claims, regulatory issues, and contentious insolvencies. Practice head Owen O’Sullivan is a ‘great litigation tactician’ while Garrett Breen has represented clients before the Commercial Court and the Court of Justice of the European Union. Lisa Carty has a focus on disputes in the financial services sector, and Paul Convery‘s practice includes financial and insurance disputes. Laura Murdock is also noted.
- Dispute resolution - Ireland
- Leading individuals - Ireland > White-collar crime
- White-collar crime - Ireland
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Capital markets
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Data privacy and data protection
- Dispute resolution
- Energy and natural resources
- EU and competition
- Healthcare and life sciences
- Information technology
- Insolvency and corporate restructuring
- Intellectual property
- Investment funds
- Media and entertainment
- Pensions and employee benefits
- Planning and environment
- Projects and PPP
- Public sector
- Real estate
- White-collar crime