Maura Herron




Maura Herron graduated from Queen’s University of Belfast with an LLB Honours degree in 1989.  She was apprenticed to O’Hare Solicitors until her appointment as an assistant solicitor in 1991.  She became a partner in 1999.

Since 1991 she had developed extensive expertise in the following areas:-

 1. Employment law providing both representative and advisory services for the Corporate Client, leading UK Union and the Private Client.

 2. Defence litigation for a leading Northern Ireland utility in the defence of Public Liability and Employers Liability claims.

 3. Public and Employer Liability Defence on behalf of local Councils.

 4. Representation at inquests on behalf of both the Corporate and Private Client.

 5. Public Liability defence for the Licensed Trade.
 
 6. General Plaintiff Litigation including road traffic accidents, Employers Liability including those in the cash handling industry. 

 

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.