Hughes & Associates is a progressive & developing Commercial Law firm.
Established by Daniel Hughes, this niche legal practice recognises and provides comprehensive, cost effective, legal advice in a coherent and efficient manner.
We advise both personal and business clients. In each case, our advice is based on a practical approach with the principals of professionalism, confidentiality and integrity to the fore.
We are passionate about the law and in providing our clients with the very best legal advice and guidance. We believe in putting our clients first and testing and pushing the boundaries of law, where necessary, to achieve the very best results on their behalf.
We understand that each client is different. We believe that we can quickly understand and assess your needs and provide advice and solutions that are tailored to your individual circumstances.
Through business acumen, sharp legal assessment and hard work, there is almost always a common ground to be found between both respective parties in any commercial/civil dispute. This can ultimately avoid the necessity and cost of prolonged court litigation.
We look forward to working with you and for you at all times in resolving and bringing closure to your particular dispute.
Profile: Daniel Hughes
Daniel Hughes is the founding member of this law practice. From a family background in Accountancy, he obtained a Batchelor of Commerce Degree through the National University of Ireland Galway. He has since joined and become a member of the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland and is a practising Solicitor, with the following accreditations:
- Diploma in Commercial Property (Law Society of Ireland)
- Diploma in Notarial Practice (Notary Public)
- Accredited Mediator (Friary Law)
- Member of Irish Society of Insolvency Practitioners (ISIP)
- Member of Dublin Solicitors Bar Association (DSBA)
- Contributor to Bloomsbury Professional 2013 publication – "Buying & Selling Insolvent Companies & Businesses in Ireland"
Profile: Tony Hughes
Tony Hughes is a consultant to the practice. He practices in the area of civil and criminal litigation. He was previously a Detective Sergeant in the Gardai Síochána and has acted in some of the largest criminal litigation cases in this jurisdiction to date.
He has since joined and become a member of the Law Society of Ireland as a practising Solicitor.