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Brian Clarke

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OVERVIEW

Brian is a partner of Maples and Calder's Dispute Resolution & Insolvency team in the Maples Group's Dublin office. Brian has extensive experience advising both domestic and multinational clients on large and complex commercial disputes, including proceedings before the Commercial Court, as well as all forms of arbitration.  He also has experience of different forms of alternative dispute resolution and has represented clients in mediation, conciliation, adjudication and expert determination procedures.

BACKGROUND

Brian joined the Maples Group in 2009.  He previously worked in the construction and dispute resolution group of a large Irish corporate law firm.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Brian is a member of International Centre for Dispute Resolution Young & International Arbitration Group affiliated with the American Arbitration Association.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Dispute Resolution & Insolvency

BAR ADMISSIONS

2003 - Admitted as a Solicitor in Ireland

2004 - Admitted to Bar of New York (not practising as an attorney in New York)

EDUCATION

Trinity College Dublin, Postgraduate Diploma in Construction Law and Contract Administration 2006 (awarded the Professor Nael Bunni Gold Medal)

University College Dublin, BCL (Hons), 1998

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