Acting for both Plaintiffs and Defendants in Commercial disputes including representing   financial institutions and insurance companies, advising individuals and privately owned companies on defending claims, advising on disputes arising in professional practices and disputes in privately owned companies, enforcing and defending claims for debt enforcement, contentious employment law disputes and acting for claimants in professional negligence claims.

Experience

Advising a large privately-owned Irish company in relation to a Judicial review which was relied on in the industry as a test case, resulting in an award for damages following a Supreme Court hearing and an amendment of the relevant EU legislation.

Advising Irish Distribution companies in defending claims by consumers for alleged breach of contract and supply of defective products.

Acting for individuals in defending a Commercial Court claim by their former employers seeking injunctive relief and damages for alleged breach of contract in relation to transfer of data and confidential information which they acquired in the course of their employment.

Acting for an international firm of lawyers in relation to proceedings in the Commercial Court and Supreme Court regarding the interpretation of legislation of Regulations in the Energy Market in Ireland.

Acting for individuals in defending claims by financial institutions in the Commercial Court and Court of Appeal and advising on resolutions of those disputes.

Acting as for family members in property and company disputes and as an Independent Administrator of a large estate pursuant to an Order of the High Court .

Acting for an insurance company in the enforcement of a debt in this and in foreign jurisdictions resulting in the recovery of a significant portion of the debt and costs incurred.


Contact Tom

+353 1 638 5880
tsimpson@lkshields.ie

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  • Qualified as a Solicitor
    Law Society of Ireland
    1978
  • Diploma in Arbitration
    University College Dublin
    2004
  • Diploma in Employment Law
    Law Society of Ireland
    2007
  • Diploma in Commercial Litigation
    Law Society of Ireland
    2009

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