Hayes solicitors LLP
At Hayes solicitors, client needs are paramount.
Founded more than 75 years ago, Hayes solicitors LLP provides a comprehensive range of legal services to corporate, public and private clients in Ireland and internationally, especially in the UK. The firm has earned a strong reputation for handling complex mandates, providing strategic advice and representing clients in high-value litigation.
Recognized as a top-performing law firm by Chambers Europe and The Legal 500 EMEA, Hayes also holds gold-standard Q9000 certification by the Institute of Legal Research & Standards. Awarded after a comprehensive audit of the firm’s systems, processes and procedures, the gold standard attests that the firm has demonstrated the highest level of performance in all key areas, including risk, financial, client care and regulatory compliance.
Hayes focuses on providing high-quality advice and expert counsel in business, employment, property, media, healthcare, banking, insolvency and restructuring, regulatory and administrative, and data protection law. Hayes professionals work in committed, energetic and specialist teams and are recognised for the depth and breadth of their experience and sector knowledge.
Hayes represents clients from all sectors of the global economy, including leading international retailers, media and advertising groups, insurers/indemnifiers, banks/financial institutions, accountancy firms, public bodies and private individuals.
A modern and progressive law firm, Hayes has a strong, partner-led service ethos, builds and maintains long-standing client relationships, and strives constantly to provide efficient and friendly service — helping clients gain the full benefits of continuity and commitment from their legal advisers.
It is a long-established principle in Irish company law that directors must always act in the interest of the company.
In December 2022, the EU Directive on Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions was transposed into Irish law by the European Union (Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions) Regulations 2022.