Greg Leddin is a Solicitor, in our litigation department. He joined the firm in 2019.
Greg qualified as a solicitor in 2009 and is one of our defence litigation specialists acting in the District, Circuit and Superior Courts. He acts for insurance companies in material damage, personal injury and employer’s liability claims. Greg also handles all licensing matters for individuals, clubs, restaurants and bars.
Greg has a diverse range of experience having worked in private practice, for the Office of the Attorney General and the Central Bank of Ireland.
- Greg teaches negotiation skills, client care and business planning for the Professional Practice Course 1 and 2 with the Law Society of Ireland.
- National University of Ireland, Bachelor of Corporate Law (and French)
- National University of Ireland, LLB
- Trinity College Dublin, LLM
- University College Dublin, Diploma in Arbitration law
- Admitted to the Law Society of Ireland
The team enters the rankings following market plaudits for its insurance defence practice. Particularly noted for its expertise in professional indemnity and negligence cases, frequently pertaining to the construction, accounting and legal sectors. Also experienced in personal injury claims, often relating to road traffic accidents. Strengths Interviewees say: “They are good at analysing the issues, negotiating and acting in court.”
Holmes O'Malley Sexton's insurance practice, which is based in the firm's Limerick office, is led by Robert Kennedy. The firm has substantial experience of defending clients against insurance claims, having acted for a number of prominent insurers. Other key contacts include Donal Creaton, Michael Murphy, Anna Owens and Pat McInerney.
Insurance litigation, defamation and environmental disputes are key areas of strength at Holmes O'Malley Sexton, which is also increasingly active in contentious construction matters. The team, which is based across the firm's offices in Dublin and Limerick, also regularly handles litigation in the public sector, including judicial review proceedings and regulatory matters for healthcare and education entities. Managing partner Harry Fehily is active in a range of commercial disputes and also strong for mediation. Other key contacts include new partners Michael Murphy, who specialises in financial services and insurance litigation, with additional expertise in data protection matters, and Pat McInerney, who regularly acts for public sector bodies.