No one knows what the full impact of COVID-19 will be on the economy or wider society in Ireland. However, what we do know is that its impacts will be […]
John FFF O’Brien, principal consultant at John Farage O’Brien, tells John Murphy how he generally succeeds for his claimant clients in more complicated construction disputes taken to mediation and conciliation […]
Greystones businessman John O’Brien’s company has won the highest award from Public Sector magazine for the second year in a row. O’Brien’s company, John Farage O’Brien Ltd, which operates from offices […]
We have introduced a couple of innovations, taking the opportunity to revamp our website at the same time as we received our award from Public Sector magazine
John Farage O’Brien has taken the Legal Dispute Resolution award in the magazine’s annual Excellence in Business Awards, in recognition of the firm’s work in advising and representing those involved in construction disputes, many involving the public sector
To disagree with someone is a healthy and very human thing to do, says John O’Brien in this interview. It is our differences in opinion that make us individuals, and this fosters conversation and debate.
John O’Brien has a fundamental belief that in life people can generally be separated into two distinct groups, those with integrity and those without. He has found that this division has given rise to many of the disputes he has been involved in over the years
How to get the ‘adversary factor’ out of disputes and disagreements
Why are construction disputes often so terribly complicated? That’s the big question that comes up most among our clients, colleagues and advisors
Many of the professional people I meet have no idea that some of the biggest commercial contract disputes in this jurisdiction are fought, settled or decided behind closed doors.