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//HOMS News Issue 2 2017

HOMS News Issue 2 2017

‘To win in the marketplace, you must first win in the workplace’

The inspirational words of Doug Conant, former CEO of Campbell’s Soup, would have rang true to all companies nominated for awards at the Limerick Chamber Regional Business Awards 2017 on 17th November at the Strand Hotel. We are very pleased that a number of our clients won awards. We want to pay a particular tribute to Roadbridge for winning Best Overall Business of the Year and Best Large Business, and to HM&V Engineering for winning Best Business Services Provider. Congratulations to all our clients who won an award or were shortlisted; Ingenium, Shannon Group plc, Kirby Group, Flannery’s Bar, Hunt Museum and University Concert Hall Limerick.

Finally it would be remiss of me not to pay a special tribute to my own staff at HOMS Solicitors whose contribution was highlighted by the firm winning the Best Employer: Talent Development & Workplace Wellness Award, sponsored by VHI. We are continuing with our HOMS 2020 ‘Getting Ahead of the Curve’ project which aims to ensure that we attract, develop and retain the best people to serve our clients’ needs.

With the ongoing rejuvenation of Limerick city and region we are delighted to have been chosen to partner with Limerick 2030 as their legal providers. We would like to wish David Conway and his team every success. We have also been chosen as Go-Ahead Dublin bus company’s legal partners after the company successfully bid to provide 24 Dublin bus routes.

We wish all of you ongoing success and a very happy Christmas and new year. Thank you to all of our clients and staff for your continued support.

Kind regards,
Harry Fehily, Managing Partner
Holmes O’Malley Sexton Solicitors

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2018-11-13T10:46:43+00:00December 8th, 2017|HOMS Newsletter|

About the Author:

Harry Fehily is the Managing Partner and practises in the litigation department. Having joined the firm in 1986, he has extensive experience of advising clients across a range of contentious […]

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