Joe Noonan’s work in general practice is in residential property, probate and wills. Joe Noonan has an established record of excellence in advising clients on Planning and Environmental issues and in representing their interests before An Bord Pleanála, the Environmental Protection Agency, and in the Courts. He has a particular interest in EU law. He is described by PLC Which Lawyer? as ‘a well rounded specialist in all areas of environmental and land-use planning law arising in Ireland’. He lectures on Planning Law at the Law Society Law School and on a guest basis at University College Cork.
Mary Linehan’s work is with business clients, dealing with commercial property, commercial agreements, buying and selling businesses, partnership and company law. She has a longstanding interest in the non-profit sector, and advises a wide range of community and voluntary organisations on their legal structures, charitable status, and arrangements with funders.
Eamonn Carroll’s work and expertise is in the areas of family law, employment law and equality law. Eamonn has a particular interest in family law. He is a member of the Family Lawyers Association (www.familylawyers.ie). He is a founding member of the Association of Collaborative Practitioners (www.acp.ie) and is pioneering the development of collaborative law in the resolution of family law disputes in Ireland.
Philip Coffey’s work in general practice is in civil litigation and property. His area of special interest is Personal Injury Law, in which he represents clients who suffer loss arising from accidents, negligence, assault and other trauma. He advises and assists such clients in their dealings with both the Personal Injuries Assessment Board and the Courts. He has particular expertise in medical negligence and advises and represents clients considering the difficult prospect of Court action in this area. Philip also advises on property transactions, commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution methods.