Harry Fehily is the Managing Partner of Holmes O’Malley Sexton, Solicitors, Limerick and Dublin. Harry practices in the litigation department. Having joined the firm in 1986, he has extensive experience of advising clients across a range of contentious and non-contentious matters with an emphasis on commercial litigation, professional negligence, employment law, property related disputes, shareholders’ disputes, insolvency and corporate recovery and represents liquidators and receivers and examiners. He has developed considerable experience in the area of construction law representing construction companies in respect of prosecutions against the companies arising alleged breaches of Health and Safety matters. Harry also advises on public administrative law as it relates to state bodies, disputes and investigations concerning public bodies, judicial review. Since 2004 he has practiced extensively in the Commercial Court (a commercial division of the High Court) and is vastly experienced in dealing with cases in this venue. He frequently advises regulatory bodies on investigations, due process and fair procedures and on public procurement issues as well as advising local and multinational companies with a particular focus on high level contentious and board related disputes. Harry is a graduate of the National University of Ireland Galway (BA) and was admitted to the Law Society of Ireland. He holds a Certificate in Judicial Review. He is a fully accredited member of the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR). Harry is a Past President of Limerick Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Limerick City Business Association, the International Lawyer’s Network, Atlantic Way, the Kemmy Business School (UL) and a Founding Member of Irish Society of Insolvency Practitioners. Other directorships include Limerick Social Service Centre and the Mid-Western Hospitals Development Trust.