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Kevin Harnett joins Hayes as partner
Joe O'Malley (L) and Kevin Harnett (R) Pic: Hayes

01 Jul 2022 / corporate law Print

Kevin Harnett joins Hayes as partner

Dublin-based Hayes Solicitors LLP has announced that Kevin Harnett is to join the firm as partner and head of construction.

The firm said that the appointment would enhance its existing services in the construction and property sectors.

Harnett has more than 15 years’ experience in advising on construction issues and construction-related disputes, and is also an accredited mediator.

Opportunities

His practice encompasses advice to the various industry stakeholders – including contractors, developers, public bodies, designers, sub-contractors, financial institutions, insurers, materials suppliers, and insolvency practitioners.

“Kevin brings extensive experience to bolster our client service offering to all areas of real estate, property transactions and advisory, and contentious construction matters,” said Hayes managing partner Joe O’Malley.

“While there is significant turbulence in the industry, and challenges for the years ahead, there will continue to be many opportunities,” said Harnett.

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