The Law is Our Domain

These practise areas fall directly under our experience and expertise. Do you think your legal issue is NOT within these areas? Then contact us directly


We understand the property is your most important asset, so you will need the highest quality legal services to complete your property transaction in accordance with legal and regulatory requirements. IMK Solicitors is a specialist law firm that guides clients through the frequently complex process of property transactions.

We provide services in the following areas of Domestic Property:

  • Buy and Sale of Domestic Property
  • Planning Law
  • Compulsory Purchase Order
  • Property Dispute
  • Litigation
  • Co-ownership Agreement
  • Switching Mortgages
  • Commercial Property


We provide services to our clients in all aspects of commercial property law as follow:

  • Sale and Purchase of commercial property
  • Long term and short term commercial leases
  • Planning Law

Company Law & Corporate Services

No matter if you are starting a new business or growing one that already exists, the capable business law Lawyers at IMK Law can handle all your company’s legal needs.

We advise emerging and established businesses on all aspects of company establishment and corporate compliance.

When you start a business, you will need to choose a legal structure that helps to maximize your profits and reduces your tax liability. We advise on how every type of business entity works. We support our clients’ day-to-day and strategic business activities with in-depth knowledge across all the sectors and related regulatory regimes.


This firm has an excellent reputation and a distinguished record as litigation solicitors. We realise that litigation should usually be the last option in a dispute. We have acted in numerous matters such as:

  • Irish and International
  • Debt Collection
  • Building Disputes
  • Cross Border &
  • International Litigation
  • Arbitration
  • Mediation
  • Contract Litigation
  • Employment Matters
  • Defamation & Media based actions


The fees we charge are very competitive, totally transparent and fully explained from the outset.

Debt Collection

IMK Law Solicitors is a specialist debt recovery law firm in Dublin. We provide highest quality debt recovery services to both individuals and corporate clients in Ireland and abroad. We offer a debt recovery service that will help keep you and your company protected from bad debts , customers and clients who are not paying for your services or products.

We provide legal advice at all stages from pre-legal, formal demand letter to debt recovery process through enforcement in all courts, both within Ireland and overseas. Our debt recovery services include the following:

  • Pre-legal demands notice
  • Issue and service of a Claim Notice, Civil Bill or High Court Summons as appropriate to the referral
  • Application for judgment where the claim is undefended

Wills, Trusts & Probate

IMK Law Solicitors advise its clients to ensure that the wishes of the disponer are fulfilled in accordance with the law of the State.

We provide guidance, assistance and legal advice in the following area of Wills and Probate:

  • Drafting a Will
  • Setting up a Trust
  • Administration of an Estate
  • Capital Acquisition Tax

Landlords & Tennants

IMK Law Solicitors offers landlords and tenants professional advice and expertise in regards to landlord and tenant law. Our team of dedicated landlord and tenant solicitors have extensive knowledge and understanding of all aspects of both residential and commercial landlord and tenant law.

We also represent our clients in the RTB Tribunal.

We provide the following legal services to our clients:

  • The negation and drafting of leases and tenancy agreements
  • Appropriate actions in the event of a breach of covenant 
  • Rent review agreements
  • Landlord and tenant dispute negotiations
  • Advice on the rights of tenants
  • Advice on the rights of the landlords
  • Property taxation


We understand that false accusations which are either said or printed about you, your family members or your business, can be very traumatic which may lead to loss of respect in the eyes of common people. Such actions may also lead to loss of financial or career opportunities.

Defamation can be defined when an intentional untrue utterance is published (communicated to/heard/read by a third party) which tends to low down one’s reputation, or creates a negative image of the subject about whom it is directed, in the eyes of right-thinking people.

Defamation can be written statements, known as libel, and spoken statements known as slander and can occur in a number of different circumstances for example:

  • Publications of a post or articles on the internet, Facebook, twitter or on online or offline blogs
  • Statements made either on TV or Radio
  • Statements or claims made in a physical or virtual magazine or newspaper


Other examples of defamation are as following:

  • Wrongfully/Falsely accusing someone for purchasing goods with counterfeit notes
  • Wrongfully/Falsely accusing someone of shoplifting
  • Wrongfully/Falsely accusing someone of leaving a restaurant without paying
  • Wrongfully/Falsely accusing someone not paying services


Whatever are the consequences of defamation for you, it can be extremely harmful and distressing and can cause you a serious mental distress. A hardly earned good reputation which can take long to build, yet one malicious comment can all it takes to destroy your years of hard work. You are legally entitled to pursue a Defamation case in Ireland if there is any malicious comment, accusation or campaign against you in Ireland in one of the above ways.

You can seek various remedies and relief, including:

  • A retraction of the statement
  • A public apology
  • Compensation to cover your financial loses
  • Personal injury claim for psychological distress


These are the following defences available in defamation cases:

  • Consent
  • Truth
  • Privilege
  • Qualified Privilege
  • Innocent publication
  • Honest Opinion
  • Fair and reasonable publication on a matter of public interest
  • Offer of Amends
  • Apology

Family Law

We understand that a marriage break up is an extremely emotional and stressful experience especially where children are involved. Family law is different from other areas of law. These emotions inevitably impact on the decision making process of the parties. Often the financial settlement is the easiest aspect of the break-up to resolve.

When marriage first breaks down many couples informally separate and live apart. Marital breakdown affects all areas of a person’s life, and most people go on to regulate matters between them in a formal legal way.

There are three different ways of doing this in Ireland:

  • Separation Agreement
  • Judicial Separation
  • Divorce

Our aim is to guide the parties through the process with as little stress as possible and to attempt to finalise the financial aspects of the matter without going to court.

Where conflict is inevitable we have the resources to meet contentious cases head on and to fully defend and protect the interests of our clients. We operate with the utmost discretion, sensitivity and confidentiality.

We also act to protect the interests of civil partners and unregistered cohabitants.

Employment Law

IMK Law Solicitors provides advice and represents its both employees and employers in relation to employment law professionally and independent. We understand that the employment law is a complex area of law and we advise on the carefully tailored solutions to deliver the desired results.

We provide the following services in relation to employment law:

  • Representation in
  • Workplace Relations,
  • Court, Labour Court and
  • Commission
  • Workplace Bullying matters, Disciplinary Matters and Employment Equality Issues
  • Protected Disclosures/Whistleblowing
  • Trade Disputes and Trade Union Recognition, Industrial Relations,
  • All legal Issues in Employer/Employee Relationship
  • Redundancies, Unfair dismissal and constructive dismissal
  • Employment agreement
  • Contract of employment
  • Staff Policies and Compliance Advice
  • Equality at workplace
  • Discrimination

Intellectual Property

Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind: inventions, literary and artistic works, and symbols, names, images, and designs used in commerce. IP is divided into two categories:

  • Industrial property, which includes inventions (patents), trademarks, industrial designs, and geographic indications of origin;
  • and Copyright, which includes literary and artistic works such as novels, poems and plays, films, musical works, artistic works such as drawings, paintings, photographs, sculptures, architectural designs, software and databases.

Rights related to copyright include those of performing artists in their performances, producers of phonograms in their recordings, and those of broadcasters in their radio, television, web and other media programs. 

IMK Law Solicitors are experts in both contentious and non-contentious Intellectual Property Law related matters.

Our expert Solicitors can assist and advise on application in Ireland, the EU and globally to protect your Intellectual Property rights. We provide the following services related to Intellectual Property Law:

  • Protecting intellectual property;
  • Intellectual property right protection;
  • Intellectual property search (patent search, trademark search);
  • How to protect intellectual property rights;
  • Intellectual property theft treatment;
  • Selling intellectual property expertise;
  • Conducting intellectual property infringement cases;
  • Copyright and trademark expertise;
  • Patents;
  • Trademark registration.

Personal Injury & Medical Negligence

When contacting your solicitor you should arrange a full consultation in order to go through the events in detail. 

Following from this the Injuries Board will contact the intended Defendant and ask them if they will consent to them making an assessment of compensation. If they refuse, then the Injuries Board will send to the injured party an ‘authorisation’- this is a formal document that allows the party to commence court proceedings.

If the Defendant consents to an authorisation being made, then the Injuries Board will assess the claim and arrive at what they deem an appropriate amount of compensation. They send this assessment to both sides.

If both sides agree to the valuation then the Injuries Board will issue an ‘Order to Pay’ to the Defendant, which the Defendant will have to comply with. However if either party rejects the assessment, the Injuries Board will issue to the injured party an authorisation and close the file on the matter.

In order to proceed with a claim in court the solicitor will have to value your claim. Your value attributed to your claim will decide which court the claim will be made in.

After a court date is set it is often the case that the matter is settled before the case goes ahead. Through your solicitor negotiations will be held. A settlement sum may be offered by the defendant at this stage. We will be there to inform you of the likely outcome should your matter go to court and whether you should consider the settlement offer.

If settlement talks fail to end the dispute a full hearing will be set. During the course of the hearing each side will be represented by barristers. 

Any awards of compensation made by the Courts are divided into two separate categories: special damages and general damages


Arbitration is becoming the preferred commercial dispute resolution method. As such, our arbitration team is one of the firms’ greatest assets.

We have a broad range of experience in domestic and international arbitrations. Our clients include corporate organisations and individuals across an extensive range of practice areas, including corporate & commercial, banking and most notably – construction and real estate.

We have worked on many significant, complex and high-value arbitration matters and are proud of our considerable success. Working with some of the world top experts to provide additional weight to the case and strengthen our position in order to achieve the best possible outcome for our clients.

Our arbitration lawyers are registered to appear before DIAC, ADCCAC and the DIFC LCIA Arbitration Centre. Our arbitration lawyers have acted in major arbitration matters before the following;

  • The London Court of Intranational Arbitration (LCIA)
  • The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
  • Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC)
  • DIFC LCIA Arbitration Centre
  • Abu Dhabi Commercial Conciliation & Arbitration Centre (ADCCAC)
  • International Chamber of Commerce, UAE (ICC UAE)