Burns Nowlan LLP – We litigate on behalf of clients and we are successful. Our results show it. We care deeply about our clients and have no affiliations with financial institutions, State organisations, Insurance companies or multinationals.
We are committed to acting on your behalf and have a track record of success in a variety of complex civil cases and a reputation for excellence in Circuit Court, High Court and Supreme Court cases.
We have established significant case law precedents in being the first firm to establish the right of prisoners to compensation for injuries [Creighton], clarifying the law at Supreme Court level relating to the right of claimants to amend pleadings [Moorehouse] and having the law on bullying and harassment clarified in the High Court, Court of Appeal and ultimately in the Supreme Court before a seven person sitting of Supreme Court Judges. [Ruffley – December 2016]
In addition we also successfully represented our client in a case in the Commercial High Court
which clarified the law relating to the powers of the Director of Corporate Enforcement to restrict certain parties from acting as Directors in limited
companies [ McDonald – 2016 ]
Effective from the 13th. December 2019 the Legal Services Regulatory Authority has authorised [ Registration No. 1262100] Burns Nowlan Solicitors to operate as a Limited Liability Partnership under the title of Burns Nowlan LLP. Burns Nowlan LLP will now be liable for any debt, liability or obligation of the firm. The individual partners will have no personal liability except where there is fraud or dishonesty or a finding of misconduct or a criminal conviction. This does not prevent or restrict the enforcement of any debt, liability or obligation against the assets of the LLP and its Professional Indemnity Insurance. The Partnership Act 1890 still applies to Burns Nowlan LLP [ to the extent that it is not inconsistent with the Legal Services Regulation Act 2015]. This notice is issued pursuant to Section 125 (7) of the Legal Services Regulation Act 2015.