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We have a strong presence in Dublin providing a full range of dispute resolution services, covering negotiation, litigation, arbitration and mediation. We also provide a range of property, corporate and commercial and private client services.

We advise clients in the insurance, banking and finance (including the credit union movement), agriculture, retail and construction industries.

Our insurance specialties include the defence of professional indemnity, construction, employment and personal injury claims.

Our network of Kennedys offices

Our integrated legal services can be accessed by all of our clients, no matter where they are based.

We have a strong presence on the island of Ireland, with highly-regarded practices in Dublin and Belfast. We are uniquely placed to advise clients on cross-border and multi-jurisdictional issues in insurance matters and commercial disputes.

Our wider international network of offices covers Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. We can provide a joint response across the international Kennedys network for complex multi-jurisdictional issues.

Our approach

As part of the wider Kennedys team, we are regarded as leaders, not just because we have some of the most respected legal minds in their field - but because we know it's important to be practical, commercial and approachable. We give clear legal advice.

Answers - not just more questions
Recommendations - not just options
Strategy and tactics - not just a legal view in a vacuum
Clear English - not legalese, clauses and caveats 

We call this: legal advice in black and white.

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29 June 2016
We are pleased to report a seven per cent increase in global turnover for 2015/16 of £138.8m, up from £129.9m in 2014/15. For the first time, UK revenue has topped £100m, with turnover at £102m, compared to £99.6m the previous year.
2 June 2016
We are delighted to announce that we were ‘Highly Commended’ at this year’s Legal Week Innovation Awards.
20 May 2016
There is near universal agreement amongst senior executives in the insurance industry that the UK leaving the European Union would severely damage the London Market, according to our study published today.

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