Hayes solicitors

Matthew Austin: Small companies will welcome proposed administrative rescue process

Matthew Austin and Mary Gill of Hayes solicitors LLP explain how the proposed new rescue process for small and micro businesses will operate.

Published 25 May 2021

Four new partners named at Hayes

Dublin-based Hayes Solicitors LLP has announced the promotion of four new partners.

Published 10 May 2021

Joe O'Malley takes up leadership of Hayes Solicitors

Joe O'Malley has taken up the reins as managing partner of Dublin-based Hayes Solicitors LLP, succeeding David Phelan.

Published 4 May 2021

Peter Devitt: Clarification of circumstances under which a summons can be renewed

Peter Devitt, associate at Hayes Solicitors, examines a decision bringing clarity to the interpretation of the "special circumstances" test for plaintiffs who are seeking to renew a summons.

Published 16 April 2021

Breda O'Malley and Mary Kelleher: High Court strikes down wage setting in sectoral employment orders

Breda O'Malley and Mary Kelleher of Hayes solicitors discuss the implications of a recent High Court ruling on the setting of certain minimum pay and conditions for workers in a number economic sectors.

Published 25 June 2020

Jeremy Erwin: High Court clarifies implications of O'Malley judgment

Hayes solicitors partner Jeremy Erwin and associate solicitor Cian Clinch highlight a recent High Court decision which provides welcome guidance on applications for summary judgment.

Published 6 May 2020

Mary Hough: ‘Dunne’ principles remain the appropriate legal test for medical negligence in Ireland

Mary Hough, partner and head of healthcare at Hayes solicitors, explores the Supreme Court ruling reaffirming that the ‘Dunne’ principles remain the appropriate legal test for establishing liability in medical negligence litigation in Ireland.

Published 27 March 2020

Rebecca Conlon: Expert evidence and the Dunne principles

Rebecca Conlon, consultant in the healthcare team at Hayes solicitors, examines the recent High Court decision in Anne Marie Clifford v Heath Service Executive & Kerry General Hospital.

Published 23 March 2020

Anne Lyne appointed chair of Employment Law Association of Ireland

Anne Lyne, partner at Hayes solicitors, has been appointed as chair of the Employment Law Association of Ireland (ELAI).

Published 20 March 2020

A&L Goodbody becomes first Irish firm with 300 practising solicitors

A&L Goodbody has become the first law firm in Ireland with more than 300 practising solicitors, according to new figures.

Published 12 February 2020

Dublin firm Hayes announces seven appointments

Dublin-based Hayes has announced seven appointments across key practice areas, bringing its headcount to 62 lawyers.

Published 28 January 2020

#InPictures: Hayes Solicitors raises charity cash at Vhi Women's Mini Marathon

Staff at Hayes Solicitors took part in the Vhi Women's Mini Marathon on Sunday to raise funds for two Irish charities.

Published 4 June 2019

Hayes Solicitors promotes Áine Coghill and Katy Meade to partner

Hayes Solicitors has announced the promotion of Áine Coghill and Katy Meade to partner.

Published 10 May 2019

Fergal Mullins: Judicial criticism of solicitors making medical referrals without GP input

Fergal Mullins, solicitor in the healthcare team at Hayes solicitors, writes on recent cases where solicitors sent their clients for medical assessments.

Published 7 January 2019

Hayes Solicitors compares its 'tremendous' year to Irish rugby fortunes

Hayes Solicitors has compared its performance over the past year to the fortunes of Irish rugby, with a "tremendous" second half of the year.

Published 14 December 2018