Andrea McKenna





Andrea McKenna qualified as a Solicitor in 2007. Andrea has developed extensive expertise in the fields of residential and commercial property and regularly acts for major lending institutions in the perfection of security for loan facilities. Andrea holds a certificate in commercial conveyancing.

Andrea also has considerable experience in drafting Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney and Administration of Estate and Probate matters. 

Andrea has built up a reputation for being proactive in all conveyancing cases and prides herself on completing all transactions with efficiency and to the highest standard.  Andrea also acts for clients who avail of the shared ownership scheme with Northern Ireland Co-Ownership Housing Association.

In her spare time Andrea is a keen fundraiser for The Hearing Hub Newtownabbey and has raised over £7000 for the local charity which helps young children with hearing loss/deafness.

Brendan has a wide portfolio of clients and specialises in defence civil litigation and commercial litigation and arbitration. Allied to this he is also involved in corporate manslaughter and HSC investigations.  Brendan also has a keen interest in commercial transactions generally including company acquisition and disposal, and is a key advisor to a major waste management company.  

Brendan has also successfully litigated in company disputes between shareholders and has most recently been involved in advising on the impact of the NAMA legislation in Northern Ireland. Brendan has a reputation for assertive practice married to a practical interpretation of law to assist clients in pursuing their interests, bearing in mind the testing economic climate that exists today.

Brendan has a wide portfolio of clients and specialises in defence civil litigation and commercial litigation and arbitration. Allied to this he is also involved in corporate manslaughter and HSC investigations.  Brendan also has a keen interest in commercial transactions generally including company acquisition and disposal, and is a key advisor to a major waste management company. 

 

Brendan has also successfully litigated in company disputes between shareholders and has most recently been involved in advising on the impact of the NAMA legislation in Northern Ireland. Brendan has a reputation for assertive practice married to a practical interpretation of law to assist clients in pursuing their interests, bearing in mind the testing economic climate that exists today.