Diarmuid is head of the Commercial Property group in Maples and advises on all types of commercial property transactions. He has extensive experience advising financial institutions, private equity investors and insolvency practitioners on all property law aspects involved in the acquisition, management and disposal of distressed assets and loan portfolios.
Diarmuid also specialises in commercial landlord and tenant law, advising some of the country’s largest landlord’s and tenants on their commercial property portfolios. He has many years of experience advising leading private equity and institutional clients on their respective property portfolios from a commercial property law viewpoint.
Diarmuid is recommended in independent legal directories including Legal 500 where he is described as having "attention to detail in completing due diligence, his business acumen and his industry knowledge are second to none".
Diarmuid joined Maples and Calder in 2012 having previously worked for a large domestic Irish law firm. Prior to that, Diarmuid qualified as an accountant in 1997 and spent several years working for one of Ireland’s leading multinationals before qualifying as a solicitor in 2004.
University College Cork, BCL (First Class Honours), 1999
Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, ACMA, 1997
University College Cork, B.Comm (Hons) 1994.
2004 - Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland