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Philip Lee was pleased to be the exclusive legal sponsor of the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) Annual Conference for our third consecutive year. Over 500 industry stakeholders attended this year’s event in Croke Park on October 2nd, which explored the many challenges facing the construction industry in Ireland and the potential barriers that could impact […]

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Philip Lee is delighted to announce that the firm is the exclusive legal partner of the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) Annual Conference for the third consecutive year. The conference will take place in Croke Park on October 2nd. This year’s conference will explore the many challenges facing the construction industry in Ireland and the potential barriers that […]

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The National Children’s Hospital, the Cork Event Centre, Páirc Uí Chaoimh are all unfortunate bedfellows in the public mindset, but will the public ever get to the bottom of the full scale of the issues and disputes that led to these cost overruns? Unfortunately given the current legal structures around construction disputes it seems highly […]

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Philip Lee was proud to be the exclusive legal sponsor of the Construction Industry Federation’s third International Women’s Day Conference, which took place on March 8th at The Morrison Hotel, Dublin. Over 200 delegates gathered to celebrate the achievements of women in the construction industry and discuss the challenges women in the industry still experience. […]

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On the occasion of International Women’s Day (IWD) and our sponsorship of the Construction Industry Federation’s IWD Conference, HR Manager Nicola McKenna discusses how diversity and gender equality are embraced at Philip Lee, as well as our dedication to the construction industry and supporting greater gender balance within it. For full blog, please click here.

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Philip Lee is delighted to be the exclusive legal sponsor of the Construction Industry Federation’s third International Women’s Day Conference, taking place on March 8th at the Morrison Hotel. Currently, women account for just 6% of those working in construction in Ireland. This event will celebrate the achievements of women in construction, and will also […]

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The Home Building Finance Ireland Bill 2018 has recently passed Committee Stage (the “Bill”) in the Oireachtas. The Bill provides for the establishment, funding and operation of Home Building Finance Ireland (“HBFI”) an entity to be managed by the National Treasury Management Agency.   Why? HBFI is being established as a temporary measure to address […]

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The Supreme Court judgment in the Brandley and WJB Developments Limited v Deane and Lohan case1 (the “Brandley case”) brought to an end a long running legal saga and provided invaluable clarification of the limitation periods that apply to a claim in tort for property damage. The purpose of limitation periods is twofold: (i) to […]

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A key consideration for any contractor or sub-contractor under a construction contract is to ascertain the standard of care required of them in order to fulfil their contractual obligations. In many instances the standard is reasonable skill and care, however there are also occasions where a contract requires the higher and more onerous standard of […]

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