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Answers to 16 Thorny Questions: Directly from 11 of Ireland’s Most Sought-After Lawyers and Industry Experts
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Chaired by: Philip Lee of Philip Lee Solicitors
Philip is Ireland's leading authority on public procurement. He "stands out for his talent in public procurement" and gives "more than legal advice, he gives sound business advice."
Greg, Ross and Edward will be taking questions and sharing real life examples of how practically to apply the legal solutions in between each of the individual sessions.
Answered by: Fergal Ruane of ByrneWallace
Fergal advised the government on the roll-out of €100 million in grant-aided telecommunications infrastructure. He is the former Head of Legal for Transport Infrastructure Ireland.
Answered by: Eamonn Conlon of A&L Goodbody
Eamonn is “pre-eminent - the guru you go to for all the angles.” He drafted the standard form public works contract and is currently advising on the new children's hospital.
Answered by: Jenny Mellerick of McCann FitzGerald
Jenny is "great at making a call on the grey areas of procurement law." She is advising Transport Infrastructure Ireland on tenders for two service areas on the M6 and M9 motorways.
Answered by: Peter Curran of Eversheds Sutherland
Peter is “one of Ireland’s go-to procurement lawyers.” He is leading the team advising EirGrid on the procurement of the Celtic Interconnector Project, the electricity link between Ireland and France.
Answered by: Anna-Marie Curran of A&L Goodbody
Anna-Marie is advising CIE on the outsourcing of its data centre and data hosting to Vodafone. She is one of the 10 "most highly regarded" individuals globally, for public procurement.
Answered by: Bruno Herbots of Herbots Solicitors
Bruno worked on the development of Ireland's National Paediatric Hospital Projects. He is renowned for "his inventive solutions" and for being a highly gifted public speaker.
Answered by: David Browne
David is one of Ireland’s most experienced procurement barristers. He is co-author of the leading practitioner texts: “Procurement Law in Ireland” and “The Law of Local Government.”
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