Redmond practices in commercial litigation and dispute resolution, with a particular expertise in corporate insolvency and EU law.

Redmond has acted in a diverse range of commercial disputes including: corporate insolvency related disputes, insurance disputes, professional indemnity disputes, shareholder disputes, contractual disputes, competition disputes, construction disputes, public procurement disputes and international commercial arbitration.

He has a particular focus in insolvency disputes with a noted experience in contentious receivership disputes.

Redmond has experience in dealing with matters before the Commercial Division of the High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.  He has also acted in several mediations.

Experience

  • Acting for Receivers and Secured Lenders in defending challenges to the appointment of receivers.
  • Acting on behalf of professional indemnifiers in the defence of professional claims brought against solicitors, architects and others.
  • Acting in a variety of commercial disputes on behalf of financial institutions.
  • Acting on behalf of an Irish company in a competition law claim.
  • Acting for a construction company in construction adjudication. 
  • Acting in a variety of complex shareholder disputes.
  • Acting for an insurance company in the defence of international commercial arbitration claim under ICC Rules.

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  • Admitted as a Solicitor in Ireland
    Law Society of Ireland
    2020
  • LLM (EU Law)
    College of Europe Bruges
    2017
  • LLM (International and Comparative Law)
    Trinity College Dublin
    2014
  • BCL (Law with French Law)
    University College Dublin
    2013
  • Member
    Irish Society of Insolvency Practitioners
  • Member
    Irish Society of European Law
  • Member
    Commercial Ligation Association of Ireland

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