Kennedys logo

Quienes somos

Kennedys has a strong presence in Dublin providing a full range of dispute resolution services, whether through negotiation, litigation, arbitration or mediation. We advise the insurance, banking and finance (including the credit union movement), agri-business, retail and construction industries. Our insurance specialties include the defence of professional indemnity, construction, employment and personal injury claims.

We have a highly-regarded reputation in insolvency and restructuring law and advise insolvency practitioners, debtors (including company directors) and secured and unsecured creditors in contentious and non-contentious matters. Increasingly, we are consulted on cross-border insolvency issues for which we can provide a joint response across the international Kennedys network.

We also provide a range of property, corporate and commercial and private client services.

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. That means:

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

Of course we care about the law but we're also here to make your life easier by making the law make sense for your business. We call this:

Legal advice in black and white


20 March 2014
The High Court has handed down a landmark decision this week, in Allen & Ors v DePuy International Ltd. Trevor Davies, Andrew Hunn and Waleed Bakali of Kennedys represented the successful defendant manufacturer DePuy International Limited. Counsel were Charles Dougherty QC and Alex Antelme.
12 December 2013
Further to our announcement on 30 August 2013, Kennedys and Simpson & Marwick advise that the two firms no longer intend to merge.
18 October 2013
A 33 person-strong Kennedys team has so far raised over £40,000 for the firm’s charity of the year, War Child, after completing a trek in the Atlas Mountains.