Ms Olive Doyle > ByrneWallace LLP > Dublin, Ireland > Lawyer Profile
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Ms Olive Doyle
Partner Olive Doyle is a specialist in Healthcare Law advising on diverse range of matters to public and private sector clients. Olive has 26 years’ experience as a solicitor including over 20 years’ experience working in the healthcare sector. This extensive experience across a wide range of areas has led her to specialise in Mental Health Law. Recognised as a leading practitioner in Mental Health Law in Ireland and has been at the forefront of all major developments in this niche area.
Olive has managed litigation on substantial constitutional and public law matters and provided specialist advice on legal issues and statutory developments, and has been legal advisor in many landmark cases for over the years.
Dublin Solicitors Bar Association. Law Society of Ireland. Association of Regulatory & Disciplinary Lawyers. Mental Health & Capacity Committee – DSBA
Olive Doyle holds a Diploma and a Certificate in Legal Studies and was admitted as a solicitor in 1994.
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The ‘first-class‘ team at ByrneWallace LLP has continued to expand its client base, adding a number of foreign investors to an impressive roster of pharmaceutical and medical device companies and public bodies. Colin Sainsbury heads the life sciences practice, which has expertise in M&A, fundraisings, licensing and regulatory issues. The health and social care team, which is experienced in litigation, governance and regulation, is led by Sinéad Kearney and also includes mental health law specialist Olive Doyle. Catherine Dowling and senior associate Laura Greene, who has expertise in advising international clients on Irish regulation, are also recommended.
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