Kevin Neary speaks at Cross Border Solicitors Continuing Professional Development forum on Cross Border Estates

Kevin Neary delivered a lecture at a Seminar organised by the Law Society of Ireland under its skillnet programe to solicitors from both jurisdictions in Ireland on Administering Cross Border Estates at the Four Seasons Hotel Monaghan on 14th June 2013

To see the slideshow presentation of what he said at the meeting please click on this link LSPT Powerpoint Slide Presentation

Topics and Issues Covered  at the Seminar were 

  • Probate and administration of estates – cross border issues
  • Cross border road traffic accidents, personal injury claims and insurance – the northern and southern perspective
  • Enforcement of judgments and debt recovery – jurisdictional challenges and pitfalls in practice
  • Dealing with stressed clients in a distressed climate
  • Cross border employment law – a need to know analysis
  • Limited liability partnerships in action – the northern experience
  • The Legal Services Regulation Bill – how would it work, the southern perspective

Speakers at the Seminar were :

  • The Hon. Ms. Justice Iseult O’Malley
  • Kevin Neary, Partner, Donnelly Neary & Donnelly, Newry
  • Conor MacGuill, MacGuill & Co, Dundalk
  • Liam FitzGerald, AB Wolfe & Co, Dublin
  • Dr Harry Barry, Author and Medical doctor
  • Brian Morgan, Morgan McManus, Clones, Monaghan
  • Aine Maxwell, Institute of Professional Legal Studies, Queens University, Belfast
  • Tony Caher Campbell & Caher, Lisburn and Belfast and Secretary to the Solicitors’ Disciplinary Tribunal of the Law Society of Northern Ireland

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