Ronan Daly Jermyn appoints three new partners

Pictured (l-r): Richard Martin, Seán O'Reilly, Ricky Kelly and Brian O'Halloran
Pictured (l-r): Richard Martin, Seán O’Reilly, Ricky Kelly and Brian O’Halloran

Ronan Daly Jermyn has announced the appointment of three partners across the firm’s corporate, real estate and litigation practices, bringing the total number of partners within the firm to 43.

The new partners are Ricky Kelly in litigation and dispute resolution, Brian O’Halloran in property and real estate, and Seán O’Reilly in corporate and commercial.

Managing partner Richard Martin said: “My congratulations go to all of our new partners on reaching this milestone in their career.

“We are delighted to be investing across our corporate, real estate and litigation practices to meet the demand from clients across our network.

“All of our new partners have demonstrated exemplary commitment to the firm and to our clients and we look forward to having them play a key role in Ronan Daly Jermyn’s future.”

Mr Kelly advises a wide range of corporate, financial and charitable organisations as well as private individuals and semi-state bodies. He also leads the firm’s Rapid Response Team to clients who have experienced cyber security threats.

Mr O’Halloran advises a wide range of clients, including investors, property developers, local authorities and receivers on all aspects of property law. He has extensive experience advising clients on the acquisition of sites, financing, through planning, to disposal with a particular emphasis on housing and mixed-use developments.

Mr O’Reilly has broad-ranging experience as a corporate lawyer, advising on mergers and acquisitions, group reorganisations, contract and commercial law matters, and shareholders arrangements of varying size and complexity. He previously lectured in contract law and intellectual property law on the LLB course in Griffith College Cork and has had his published work cited with approval by the High Court. He is currently studying for a PhD in Law at University College Cork.