Setanta, the principal of our firm, is Dublin-based but originally from Kerry and has been informed that he mentions this far too often.Setanta is a qualified solicitor, trademark attorney enrolled in the Irish Patent Office, and CTA Chartered Tax Advisor from the Irish Taxation Institute. He is also enrolled as a Solicitor in England and Wales.
Setanta has extensive experience in all areas of Irish commercial law Setanta has particular strengths in litigation strategy, reviewing complex legislative provisions and has represented clients in the Workplace Relations Commission, the Tax Appeals Commission, the District Court, the High Court and the Superior Courts.
With extensive experience in all areas of Irish civil law, Setanta excels in developing effective litigation strategies and analysing complex legislative provisions. He has successfully represented clients in prominent institutions such as the Workplace Relations Commission, the Tax Appeals Commission, the District Court, the High Court, and the Superior Courts.
Setanta advises on commercial and civil litigation, planning law disputes, tax law disputes, intellectual property, Revenue interventions, employment law disputes.
He provides expert legal guidance to both start-up and established businesses including inward investment and international business in Ireland.
Setanta has a particular passion for dispute resolution mechanisms, such as arbitration and mediation, and owns and operates Armistice.ie which is a remote access Arbitration service provider to bring speedy resolution to protracted disputes.
Setanta is well-known by clients and colleagues alike, as a hard-working personable lawyer with a wealth of knowledge.
Setanta holds an LL.B. honours degree in Law and an LL.B. in Corporate Law from the National University of Ireland (Galway).
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Setanta advises on
- commercial and civil litigation
- planning law disputes
- tax law disputes and Revenue interventions
- intellectual property
- employment law disputes
- start-up and established businesses including inward investment and international business in Ireland