Personal Litigation


McKeever Rowan provides legal services to a broad mix of both commercial and private clients. As a medium-sized firm, we can respond swiftly to our clients, meeting the individual needs of our private clients, with confidential, face-to-face personal service and the benefit of our wide-ranging legal expertise that is cost effective for the individual.

Our litigation team runs a busy Personal Litigation practice, representing both plaintiffs and defendants in High Court and Circuit Court actions. We have many years’ of experience in handling:

  • Bankruptcy proceedings and insolvency
  • Banks: disputes with and matters concerning financial institutions
  • Debt recovery in all courts for secured and unsecured debt
  • Defamation: both Plaintiff and Defence with particular emphasis on Social Media complaints
  • Ecommerce: disputes arising out of online transactions
  • Employment and labour law matters and disputes
  • Liquor licensing applications
  • Product Liability/consumer protection
  • Personal Injuries
  • Professional negligence
  • Public liability claims
  • Road traffic actions
  • Workplace injuries

We advise private clients in respect of property matters such as:
Administration of testate/intestate estates; assistance in administration of estates
Conveyancing
Commercial Property: purchase and sale of commercial and mixed use property
Grants of Representation in the UK; extracting Grants
Landlord & tenant actions
Leases: commercial and residential Leases
Mortgages and re-mortgaging of property
General advices relating to property transactions in France

Power of attorney: advice on specific, general or enduring power of attorney
Probate and Succession law
Probate related litigation
Rectification and reconstruction of title and planning
Residential Property: purchase and sale of residential property
Trusts Deeds
Wills: drafting wills and preliminary taxation advice

Family Law:
We advise clients in relation to Family Law matters to include Separation and Divorce Proceedings. We can provide advice and legal services in respect of the following:

  • Access applications in the District, Circuit and High Courts
  • Adoption
  • Arbitration and Mediation
  • Cohabitation
  • Custody: advice on child custody, residence, visitation, child contact, child support
  • Custody disputes, custody applications
  • Declaration of parentage applications
  • Domestic abuse/violence, protection and safety orders, barring orders
  • Divorce applications
  • Emergency applications, emergency injunctions and emergency procedures for enforcement of child custody, property orders and orders for spousal support
  • Guardianship applications on behalf of parents and also family members to include grandparents
  • Hague Convention, child abduction applications
  • Inheritance: advice on inheritance issues
  • Maintenance: applications for maintenance, spousal support, alimony and surrogacy
  • Maintenance: applications for maintenance reduction
  • Nullity applications
  • Pension Adjustment orders, Life Policy orders
  • Prenuptial and post nuptial agreements
  • Relocation: application regarding relocation and removal from Jurisdiction
  • Same sex partnerships
  • Separation: advice on legal issues relating to separation

French, Polish and German spoken at McKeever Rowan

Related Insights - News & Publications

Concussion and the Law

6 December 2016 by Robert F. Browne, Partner and Alban O'Callaghan, Trainee Solicitor

The issue of concussion and injury to the brain as a result of impact sustained through sport has become increasingly controversial in recent years.

The emergence of medical data linking mental health conditions such as chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), Alzheimer’s disease and depression to head trauma suffered during high impact sport has resulted in an increasing volume of litigation in which sport’s governing bodies are being held legally accountable for sport related brain injuries.

What is the duty of care of governing bodies to exposing participants to brain injuries?

Pitched Battle

12 October 2016 by Alban O'Callaghan, Trainee Solicitor

What is the standard of care owed to those entering the sporting arena – and when do acts committed on the field of play become acts of negligence or criminal assault?

Published in the Law Society Gazette – October 2016

Defamation and Social Media

2 August 2013 by Nicola Sweeney, Solicitor

The 2009 Act provides long awaited legislative reform to the Law of Defamation in Ireland, however it falls short in dealing with the issue of Defamation involving the internet, intermediary service providers and social media service providers.

Key Contacts
Solicitor

IFSC, Dublin
Damian has broad range of experience, acting for both Plaintiffs and Defendants at all levels, in personal, commercial, and general litigation cases.

T: +353 (0) 1 670 2990

F: +353 (0) 1 670 2988

E: dreilly@mckr.ie



Personal Litigation


McKeever Rowan provides legal services to a broad mix of both commercial and private clients. As a medium-sized firm, we can respond swiftly to our clients, meeting the individual needs of our private clients, with confidential, face-to-face personal service and the benefit of our wide-ranging legal expertise that is cost effective for the individual.

Our litigation team runs a busy Personal Litigation practice, representing both plaintiffs and defendants in High Court and Circuit Court actions. We have many years’ of experience in handling:

  • Bankruptcy proceedings and insolvency
  • Banks: disputes with and matters concerning financial institutions
  • Debt recovery in all courts for secured and unsecured debt
  • Defamation: both Plaintiff and Defence with particular emphasis on Social Media complaints
  • Ecommerce: disputes arising out of online transactions
  • Employment and labour law matters and disputes
  • Liquor licensing applications
  • Product Liability/consumer protection
  • Personal Injuries
  • Professional negligence
  • Public liability claims
  • Road traffic actions
  • Workplace injuries

We advise private clients in respect of property matters such as:
Administration of testate/intestate estates; assistance in administration of estates
Conveyancing
Commercial Property: purchase and sale of commercial and mixed use property
Grants of Representation in the UK; extracting Grants
Landlord & tenant actions
Leases: commercial and residential Leases
Mortgages and re-mortgaging of property
General advices relating to property transactions in France

Power of attorney: advice on specific, general or enduring power of attorney
Probate and Succession law
Probate related litigation
Rectification and reconstruction of title and planning
Residential Property: purchase and sale of residential property
Trusts Deeds
Wills: drafting wills and preliminary taxation advice

Family Law:
We advise clients in relation to Family Law matters to include Separation and Divorce Proceedings. We can provide advice and legal services in respect of the following:

  • Access applications in the District, Circuit and High Courts
  • Adoption
  • Arbitration and Mediation
  • Cohabitation
  • Custody: advice on child custody, residence, visitation, child contact, child support
  • Custody disputes, custody applications
  • Declaration of parentage applications
  • Domestic abuse/violence, protection and safety orders, barring orders
  • Divorce applications
  • Emergency applications, emergency injunctions and emergency procedures for enforcement of child custody, property orders and orders for spousal support
  • Guardianship applications on behalf of parents and also family members to include grandparents
  • Hague Convention, child abduction applications
  • Inheritance: advice on inheritance issues
  • Maintenance: applications for maintenance, spousal support, alimony and surrogacy
  • Maintenance: applications for maintenance reduction
  • Nullity applications
  • Pension Adjustment orders, Life Policy orders
  • Prenuptial and post nuptial agreements
  • Relocation: application regarding relocation and removal from Jurisdiction
  • Same sex partnerships
  • Separation: advice on legal issues relating to separation

French, Polish and German spoken at McKeever Rowan

Related Insights -
News & Publications

Concussion and the Law

6 December 2016 by Robert F. Browne, Partner and Alban O'Callaghan, Trainee Solicitor


The issue of concussion and injury to the brain as a result of impact sustained through sport has become increasingly controversial in recent years.

The emergence of medical data linking mental health conditions such as chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), Alzheimer’s disease and depression to head trauma suffered during high impact sport has resulted in an increasing volume of litigation in which sport’s governing bodies are being held legally accountable for sport related brain injuries.

What is the duty of care of governing bodies to exposing participants to brain injuries?

Pitched Battle

12 October 2016 by Alban O'Callaghan, Trainee Solicitor


What is the standard of care owed to those entering the sporting arena – and when do acts committed on the field of play become acts of negligence or criminal assault?

Published in the Law Society Gazette – October 2016

Defamation and Social Media

2 August 2013 by Nicola Sweeney, Solicitor


The 2009 Act provides long awaited legislative reform to the Law of Defamation in Ireland, however it falls short in dealing with the issue of Defamation involving the internet, intermediary service providers and social media service providers.

Key Contacts


Solicitor

IFSC, Dublin
Damian has broad range of experience, acting for both Plaintiffs and Defendants at all levels, in personal, commercial, and general litigation cases.

Tel: +353 (0) 1 670 2990

Fax: +353 (0) 1 670 2988

Email: dreilly@mckr.ie