Kane Tuohy operates within nine practice areas, each with its own team headed by a partner. This structure offers specialist expertise, to focus most effectively on the client’s requirements. As individuals, we bring a breadth of knowledge to solving each challenge. As a dynamic team, we offer robust support in achieving the best possible outcome.
Our team provides a full range of services in the areas of commercial law and corporate law, including data protection and privacy law in a timely, effective manner and tailored to our clients’ specific needs.
This department has an impeccable reputation for analytical and incisive advice. We offer our services on all facets of the corporate insolvency, from the CVLs to advising clients on the benefits of the impending SCARP regime.
Legal disputes can be resolved in several different ways. Whether through litigation or mediation, our objective is to achieve a time-efficient, cost-effective outcome that is acceptable to the client.
We offer clear, practical and focused advice to clients in employment-related disputes. We bring a wide perspective to the provision of employment law advices and, as importantly, endeavour to guide the client to a satisfactory resolution of the issue while ensuring an adherence to a principled approach to employment law, consistent with the client’s culture, regulatory requirements and commercial objectives.
This practice area involves provision of advice to (primarily) landlords, the focus being to assist the landlord in enhancing its capital investment, ensuring a fair and legally compliant approach to their relationship with their tenant, designed to avoid (where possible) the “pitfalls” which can bedevil landlord / tenant relationships.
This practice area involves the provision of legal advice to commercial, industrial and residential managed developments. Such can take the form of advisory services such as compliance with the Multi-Unit Developments Act, 2011 (“the MUDs Act”), general advices in relation to managed developments and advice relating to contentious matters involving the protection of the managed developments’ rights and enforcement of covenants.