About Maguire McClafferty, Solicitors
Maguire McClafferty, Solicitors in Ireland are proud to have helped clients with thousands of cases and claims over the years and we stand over our record of consistently looking after our clients best interests and achieving the best possible outcome and success for them.
Manus McClafferty – Partner
Manus qualified as a Solicitor in 1985 and set up the practice in 1990 with Noelle Maguire. Since then Manus has specialised in Litigation and has represented many clients on a wide variety of legal matters to include all types of personal injury and accident claims cases, medical negligence cases to include a number of very large cerebral palsy cases, libel and defamation cases for a number of well known clients within the media and entertainment industry as well as a very large number of banking litigation cases for a number of different financial institutions.
Noelle Maguire – Conveyancing & Managing Partner
Noelle qualified as a Solicitor in 1987 . She has particular expertise in residential and commercial conveyancing, landlord and tenant, probate/will drafting, licensing and property litigation. She has acted for a broad range of clients including Developers, Investors, Lending Institutions and Private Clients in the purchase, development, taking of security, financing and leasing of Residential, Office, Retail and Industrial Properties. Noelle’s many years of experience have given her a down to earth and practical approach in dealing with legal matters.
Dónal Holohan (Senior Solicitor) – Litigation
Dónal qualified as a Solicitor in 2001 and has worked with the Firm since 2008. He currently deals primarily with Personal Injury Litigation acting on behalf of people who have suffered injuries. He also deals with employment law cases and general litigation involving all manner of disputes. He has extensive litigation experience and has acted for Plaintiffs and Defendants across a broad range of commercial disputes. He also previously acted for Insurance Companies defending personal Injury cases.