Peter Bredin
Name: Peter Bredin
Firm Name: Dillon Eustace
Jurisdiction: United Kingdom
Practice Area: Litigation Law

Telephone: + 353 (0)1 674 1013
Fax: + 353 (0) 1 6670042

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Professional Biography:

Peter joined Dillon Eustace in March 2015 and is a partner in the litigation and dispute resolution department. He has considerable experience advising clients in disputes arising from financial services, business relations, professional duties, fraud, personal injuries and loss, insurance coverage, and publication. He has acted for state bodies, financial institutions, companies and individuals in the various dispute resolution fora including formal court proceedings, mediation and arbitration. He also advises in relation to inquiries and investigations. Before joining Dillon Eustace Peter was a senior associate in another leading Irish firm where he practised in the area of Litigation and Dispute Resolution.

Peter is a member of the International Bar Association (IBA), the Commercial Litigation Association of Ireland (CLAI), the Defence Research Institute (DRI) and the Professional Negligence Lawyers’ Association (PNLA).


PRACTICE AREA: Litigation and Dispute Resolution.

EDUCATION: University College Dublin and the Law Society of Ireland.

– Acting for a bank in the successful dismissal of a mis-selling case in the Commercial Court.

– Acting for a bank in the successful defence of a challenge to the enforcement of loans which had been securitised.

– Acting for NAMA in Commercial Court proceedings against a guarantor.
– Acting in a dispute before the Irish Financial Services Appeals Tribunal.

– Acting for purchasers of loan books in court applications associated with the acquisition of those loan books.

– Advising the professional indemnity insurers of a solicitor struck off the Roll of Solicitors in relation to a range of claims and coverage issues.
– Acting for a US-based individual in a challenge to the provision of evidence in Ireland for criminal proceedings in Italy pursuant to a request for mutual legal assistance.
– Advising employers in relation to health and safety matters including investigations.
– Advising clients in relation to product liability claims.