Aoife Skehan is a Senior Associate Solicitor in our litigation department and joined the firm in 2008 having completed her training and worked with a large Dublin-based practice.
Aoife practises in the non-jury area with particular emphasis on professional indemnity defence litigation, acting in negligence claims involving architects, engineers, solicitors, insurance brokers and contractors. She has considerable experience in construction disputes, environmental risk disputes, assessing liability and quantum, and advising insurers on coverage and indemnity matters, particularly for regulated professions such as solicitors, surveyors and accountants.
She is experienced in commercial disputes, defence of personal injury actions in the Circuit and Superior Courts, alternative dispute resolution (including mediation and arbitration) and in representing clients before the Commercial Court. Aoife acts for a number of international and domestic insurance companies, loss adjusters, financial institutions, statutory bodies, large corporates and private clients.
- Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb)
- Member of the British Irish Commercial Bar Association
- Member of the Irish Environmental Law Association
- Member of the Construction Bar Association of Ireland
- National University of Ireland Galway, B.Corp.Law, LLB
- University College Cork, LLM
- Admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales
- Admitted to the Law Society of Ireland
Harry Fehily is Holmes O’Malley Sexton’s managing partner has noted experience of professional negligence claims and insurance defence, where he represents both insurers and professional bodies. He regularly acts on financial lines claims.
“Harry Fehily is Holmes O’Malley Sexton’s managing partner and has noted experience of professional negligence claims and insurance defence, where he represents both insurers and professional bodies. He regularly acts on financial lines claims.”
Harry Fehily is the managing partner of Holmes O’Malley Sexton. He boasts particular experience handling disputes related to professional negligence claims, often within the construction sector. He wins praise from market commentators for his strength in this field and is noted as “a practical lawyer” with “a very good mind.”
At Holmes O'Malley Sexton, Limerick-based head of practice Robert Kennedy focuses on defending personal injury claims with a particular emphasis on catastrophic injury cases. The team is also active in the PI space.
Holmes O'Malley Sexton is well known in the insurance defence sector, where practice head Robert Kennedy and Harry Fehily provide ‘an excellent turnaround service’. Fehily was also active in a number of defamation claims. Donal Creaton has ‘excellent knowledge of the courts process’. All named partners are based in Limerick.
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