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Aidan Kirrane, Associate

Aidan Kirrane

Associate

Practice areas

  • Commercial litigation
  • Construction and engineering
  • Corporate Real estate
  • International arbitration
  • Litigation and dispute management
  • Real estate dispute resolution
  • Real estate planning
  • Real estate sector

Practice notes

Aidan is an associate within our Dispute Resolution & Litigation team.

He assists indigineous and international clients with commercial disputes and advises on strategy and achieving resolutions.

Aidan's practice focuses on contentious building and construction related disputes, landlord and tenant/commercial property disputes and regulatory compliance as well as general commercial litigation. As well as acting in District, Circuit and High Court disputes, Aidan has also acted in cases in the Commercial Court, Court of Appeal and Workplace Relations Commission.

He has a special interest in Alternative Dispute Resolution, particularly arbitration and mediation.

Aidan's recent experience includes;

  • advising one of Ireland’s largest building contractors referred to Adjudication under the Construction Contracts Act 2013. The work involved an extensive review of project documentation, liaising with an expert QS and drafting documentation for submission to the Adjudicator and other party to the dispute.
  • being a member of a team advising Lagan Asphalt Limited in a Commercial Court case between Lagan Asphalt Limited and Egis Lagan Services. The case related to a contractual dispute following the award of a Framework Agreement to the Defendants. The dispute was settled by agreement.
  • being a member of a team advising a firm of Consulting Engineers in an arbitration relating to paint failure at an apartment block in South Dublin. The arbitration is also related to a multi-party High Court case.
  • advising a Tenant in Commercial Court injunctive and Circuit Court proceedings relating to the Tenant’s rights under landlord and tenant legislation and the applicability of a Deed of Renunciation in circumstances where the Tenant has occupied the premises for 20+ years.
  • being a member of a team advising a property development company in the defence of Commercial Court proceedings taken by a firm of architects in relation to an historic agreement to develop land in north Dublin.