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The aim of this seminar is to inform practitioners about recent updates in commercial litigation surrounding the Law of Contract and Brexit.



Hugh McDowell BL

Hugh will speak on recent updates in the Law of Contract with a particular focus on the enforceability of penalty clauses in commercial contracts.

Hugh is a member of the Law Library practising in the Dublin area. He has a general civil practice specialising in commercial and regulatory law. He has a degree from UCD in International Economics and a Masters in Finance Law form the Imperial College London. Hugh was called to the Bar of Ireland in 2015 and lectures on Constitutional Law in Griffith College.

Anthony Thuillier BL

Anthony will speak on Brexit and the service of documents in the UK.  Anthony was called to the Bar in 2010.  He has a general civil practice and specialises in commercial litigation.  Last year, he represented Michael O'Toole at the Disclosures Tribunal and was invited by the Supreme Court to represent an impecunious company in its appeal against the rule in Battle v Irish Art Promotion. Anthony has also lectured on company law from 2012 to 2017 at King’s Inns, DCU, DIT and Independent Colleges (now and wrote Company Law in Ireland (2015).

Litigation Seminar Information:

Date:                           Thursday, 11 April 2019

Doors Open:              6:30 pm (reception and welcome)

Seminar:                     7:00 pm

Q&A:                           7:40 pm

Drinks Reception:     8:00 pm – 9:00 pm                  

Location:                    Arthur Cox Solicitors, Ten Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2

CPD:                            2 Hours General CPD

All members are invited to come along. 

Admission is free but please register in advance by email to 









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