Client service during COVID19

Our solicitors continue to be available to provide services to clients throughout the Coronavirus Pandemic. We are available to see clients when necessary but due to current restrictions physical appointments will only be possible where strictly necessary. Therefore, priority will be given to consultations by telephone and online meeting services. While some of the public […]

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Coronavirus / COVID-19 [Updated 30/03/20]

Our office is not open to the public at present. However, our solicitors are working to the extent necessary and permissible in order to provide essential services and we are monitoring messages coming to our office. The Government’s list of list of essential service providers under new public health guidelines provides that legal services are […]

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Christmas 2019

Our office closes at 1 p.m. on Monday 23 December 2019 and will reopen on Thursday 2 January 2019. However, you can still get in touch with us through the details available on our contact page and we will deal with your message on our return. We would like to wish all our clients and […]

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GDPR compliance for landlords

Ireland’s rented housing market is somewhat unusual as, despite an increase in “professional” landlords over the past number of years, most private rented accommodation is owned by single-property landlords. These landlords are not engaged in property letting as part of their “day job”, but have either bought a property to provide a rental income with […]

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New personal injury rules make advice more important than ever

The Personal Injuries Assessment Board (Piab) became the first port of call for most personal injury claims since it was established in 2004. In short, most personal injury claims must be lodged with Piab, who assess a claim on the basis of medical reports and documentary evidence. If either side does not accept the financial […]

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High Court confirms Defamation Act 2009 did not change injunction test

A recent High Court judgement has clarified the threshold to be met in defamation cases where interlocutory orders prohibiting publication are sought, reaffirming the difficulty in obtaining such orders. PG McMahon Solicitors act for the defendant in the case which the plaintiffs allege that a video published on YouTube by the defendant, an autism rights […]

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Data Protection Day 2019

Data Protection Day has taken place on 28 January 2019 since it was launched in 2006 by the Council of Europe. It is marked around the world with events around that date to discuss and highlight privacy risks and solutions. On 24 January 2019 Rossa McMahon joined a panel of experts at the Robert Emmet […]

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Christmas 2018

Our office closes at 1 p.m. on Friday 21 December 2018 and will reopen on Wednesday 2 January 2019. However, you can still get in touch with us and leave a message during the Christmas holidays and you can even book an appointment for 2019 or send us details of an upcoming court appearance. We […]

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PG McMahon joins National Solicitors Alliance

PG McMahon Solicitors has joined the National Solicitors Alliance, which launched in Dublin yesterday. The organisation is an alliance of small and medium sized firms who will compete locally and regionally for personal, corporate and State legal services work. Speaking at the launch, Brian Cunneen of the National Solicitors Alliance, said: The concept is simple – […]

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Redress scheme needed for illegal adoption cases

Rossa McMahon writes in today’s Irish Examiner about some of the legal issues arising out of the illegal adoptions story. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar … says the sense he has from the people affected is that they are looking for information, not money. This is a convenient attitude for the Government to take, but the reality […]

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