Linda Emery


Linda Emery holds a First Class Honours Degree from the University of Ulster in Government and Law, graduating in 1996.  She distinguished herself by winning the overall prize as the top student in the Institute of Professional Legal Studies in 1997.  She has been employed as a Solicitor with O’Hare’s since 1996 and was appointed Partner in 2007.

Linda has developed extensive expertise in the field of commercial property, acquisition of sites for residential development and onward sale and planning matters, and regularly acts for major lending institutions in the perfection of security for loan facilities.  She also has considerable experience in the field of liquor licensing. 

She holds a certificate in commercial conveyancing and is also a member of the Northern Ireland Commercial Lawyers Association. She is considered by her peers and clients alike to have a reputation for excellence, attention to detail and exceptional diligence. 

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.