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Practice Profile

Brian O Neill, originally from Kilkenny, Brian went to school in Waterford and University College Dublin where he did a Bcomm and a Masters in Accountancy. He worked with Ernst and Young Chartered Accountants and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1989. He worked in Scotland for 3 years and operates out of Dublin and St. Albans UK. He has worked at senior levels in Multinational and Private Companies and his own Consultancy Business since 2008.His interests include walking, mountain biking and reading. He is Chairperson of his local Boys School, the Irish Nutrition and Dietetics Institute and is a member of a number of boards. 

 

Rachel Fehily is a barrister, conflict resolution consultant and author with over eighteen years of experience. She runs a mediation and conflict resolution service for individuals, couples and families who are experiencing conflict before, during or after relationship breakdown, divorce, separation or family law litigation. She also advises business owners and managers on how to negotiate and mange conflict and litigation. Rachel has written three books, ‘Split: True Stories of Relationship Breakdown in Ireland’ (published by Y Books, 2011) and ‘Break Up, Don’t Crack Up, A Positive Plan for the End of Your Relationship in Ireland’ (published by Orpen Press, 2012) and ‘Managing Litigation for your Business’ (Oak Tree Press 2013)

 

Our Goals

We are a tireless advocate of compromise especially when trying to resolve business or family disputes. We have seen very few businesses or families who can afford the distraction, time and expense of prolonged legal cases. We prefer to see mediation and compromise. Compromise is a settlement of differences in which each side makes concessions. In our experience we encourage people to compromise to reach an outcome preferable to ongoing litigation. This is why we engage in mediation to reach an effective compromise that permits a deal to move ahead on terms reasonably satisfactory to both sides. Remember there is no unconditional surrender in mediation. Occasionally in some circumstances it can make sense to combine Mediation with Arbitration or Arbitration with Mediation.

Commercial Mediation

Mr. Brian O Neill
BComm. DPA, FCA

Brian developed a life long interest in mediation and alternative dispute resolution resulting from his exposure to numerous court cases in some of the organisations in which he worked.  With a finance background, Brian can bring practical solutions to complex issues.

Family Mediation

Ms. Rachel Fehily
Barrister, Writer, BA, Dip LS, BL, H. Dip.

Rachel has written extensively on the area of family mediation and family law. She is a qualified mediator and operates a private practice.

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