Keith is the lead Partner in the Property Department of the Firm, advising on all aspects of the acquisition, sale, leasing and financing of land and premises.
Keith qualified as a solicitor in 2004, having trained and previously practiced in one of the big four law firms in Ireland, joining the firm in January 2016.
Keith has acted for many of Ireland’s leading developers in connection with residential, commercial and mixed-use developments. Keith advises on the setting up of substantial development schemes, management structures and dealing with issues regarding rights of access and easements. Keith also advises on property management and “landlord” and “tenant” issues arising.
Keith has advised on complicated issues relating to infrastructural works, has been involved in dealing with local authorities and other statutory bodies in respect of easements for essential services, such as gas, electricity and other public services, including advising on compulsory acquisitions and the taking in charge of services, roads and footpaths by the Local Authority. Keith has also advised in relation to all property matters arising in connection with various energy projects including power stations and wind farms and the financing of such projects.
Keith has considerable experience in advising receivers and banks in relation to management and disposal of developments and investment properties, individually and by portfolio sale.
Keith is a member of the Law Society of Ireland and is a tutor on the Commercial Property course for the Law Society. Keith is also a CEDR Accredited Mediator.