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Niamh served her Apprenticeship in Lennon Heather & Co Solicitors working almost exclusively in the area of Commercial Property, Lending and Securities during the height of the property boom. Thereafter Niamh spent a number of years in Canada gaining experience in a Commercial Law Firm.
In July 2006, Niamh moved to Sligo and, following on from the high profile merger, Niamh took over the development of a Commercial Law Practice within the firm. Since joining Callan Tansey Solicitors, Niamh has advised on both contentious and non contentious matters relating to property transactions and has a depth of experience in the area of specific performance and the resolution of contentious issues when deals go wrong.
CASES OF NOTE
An estimated 1,000 unnecessary deaths are caused every year in Ireland by medical error, while up to 160,000 hospitals users are injured ..read more
A judge has ordered an Irish dance teacher to hand over his bank records after hearing he still hasn’t paid any of a €400,000read more
A priest has been awarded more than a quarter share in a Co Donegal cottage he shared with his former lover.read more
A WOMAN found by the High Court to have been sexually abused as a child for seven years by her Irish dancing teacher must be paid €50,000 out of the €400,000 awardread more
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RECENT BLOG POSTS
Our Johan Verbruggen spoke on The Keith Finnegan Show, Galway Bay, on Medical Negligence & the Audiology Scandal The Keith Finnegan Show
We have reached a watershed moment in the history of this country’s health system. The tragic circumstances of Vicky Phelan’s diagnosis with cervical cancer are becoming more disturbing, as new information is revealed.
Niamh Ni Mhurchu: This ‘defending the indefensible’ cannot continue – we owe these women systemic change
We should never have heard of Vicky Phelan or Irene Teap or Emma Mhic Mhathúna or any of the other women affected by the cervical cancer scandal.