Marguerite Seymour is an Associate Solicitor in our litigation department. She joined the firm in 2019 from William Fry Solicitors, where she worked since 2007.
Specialising in commercial litigation and dispute resolution, she practices in the non-jury area in professional negligence defence litigation, advising in financial lines claims involving architects, engineers, solicitors and insurance brokers. She has considerable experience assessing liability and quantum issues and advising insurers on coverage and indemnity matters particularly for regulated professions.
With a proven record of providing clients with commercial and results focused advice which meets their business needs, Marguerite has significant experience advising clients on a wide range of commercial disputes and complex litigation, regularly representing clients in the Commercial Court. She represents clients in large-scale commercial and multiparty litigation, including acting in negligence claims, contractual disputes, financial services disputes, judicial review cases, injunctions, shareholder disputes, specific performance actions and property disputes in the Circuit and Superior Courts. She also regularly advises clients of alternative dispute resolution options, representing clients in mediations, arbitrations and commercial negotiations.
Marguerite acts for international and domestic insurance companies, loss adjusters, financial institutions, investment organisations, SME’s, large corporates and private clients.
- Member of the Professional Negligence Lawyers’ Association (PNLA)
- Member of the Dublin Solicitors Bar Association (DSBA)
- Former Co-Chairperson of the DSBA Younger Members Committee
- University College Dublin, BCL
- Commercial Litigation Diploma, Law Society of Ireland
- Admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales
- Admitted to the Law Society of Ireland
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