We have a wide and varied client base which includes transport, manufacturing, housing, education, banking, agrifood, retail, charitable and voluntary sectors. Our clients operate in the public, private and third sectors. The diversity of the clients we represent is indicative of the quality of expertise Elliott Duffy Garrett can provide.
But don’t just take our word for it. The Legal 500 describes us as a “regional heavyweight” and we are consistently ranked in Chambers UK – A Client’s Guide to UK Solicitors.
We can provide the legal services you need, when you need them. We are as driven as our clients and our services are quality-assured, cost effective and tailored to meet your requirements.
Elliott Duffy Garrett provides Expert, Direct Guidance for you and your business.
For more information or to arrange an appointment please contact us.
Banking & Financial Services
We provide a dynamic and effective service for banks, building societies and other financial institutions both local and international.
Corporate & Commercial
We are focused on our clients’ commercial aims and objectives. Our Corporate & Commercial lawyers are dedicated to providing expert advice and practical solutions to the issues facing our clients.
We provide advice on all aspects of the employment relationship including recruitment, contracts, training, policies, disciplinary matters and litigation.
We offer expert legal advice on all matters relating to insolvency and business recovery. Our Insolvency lawyers advise secured creditors on the pre-appointment process.
Our Commercial Property team provides a comprehensive range of legal services covering all aspects of property and real estate in Northern Ireland.
Dispute Resolution & Litigation
Our Dispute Resolution and Litigation team has an excellent track record in handling complex litigation at all levels, including those raising new issues of law.
Family & Matrimonial
Our Family and Matrimonial team of lawyers provides practical guidance and cost-effective legal advice in dealing with issues arising from the breakdown of a relationship.
Our Private Client team offers expertise, specialist advice and client-orientated service in wills, trusts and succession planning.
ELU Bulletin - Gross Misconduct - Negligent Performance10 March 2017
Our Employment Law Unit has issued a bulletin entitled NEGLIGENT PERFORMANCE: CAN IT BE GROSS MISCONDUCT? If you are interested in receiving a copy of this and/or having your name added to our Employment Law Database so that you receive future Bulletins please contact Ian McFarland.
Welcome Organisation - EDG Charity of the Year 201707 March 2017
We are delighted to announce that EDG’s chosen charity for 2017 is the Welcome Organisation. This charity works tirelessly to make a real difference for those in our community who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and we are looking forward to supporting it this year. To find out more about the invaluable work carried out by the Welcome Organisation, please click on this link: http://www.homelessbelfast.org/index.html
TAGLaw Conference - Update16 March 2016
EDG hosted 50 lawyers from across Europe at the TAGLaw European Regional Conference in Belfast on 11 and 12 March 2016. The weekend began with a conference dinner in the Belfast Harbour Commissioners’ Offices, after which some delegates sampled the delights of Belfast’s nightlife. Riddel Hall was the venue for an exciting programme of speakers and lively discussion on topics including the UK referendum on UK membership of the EU. This was followed by a visit to Crumlin Road Gaol. The formal part of the conference ended on Saturday evening with dinner in Malone House. Kevin McVeigh, partner at EDG, said "Being a member of TAGLaw means we can provide an international service to our clients. The European Regional Conference is a significant annual event which strengthens the links between the member firms and we were delighted to host a very successful 2016 Conference.”
TAGLaw European Regional Conference - Belfast 201610 March 2016
EDG is delighted to host the TAGLaw European Regional Conference in Belfast on 11 and 12 March 2016. EDG is the sole Northern Irish member of the TagLaw Global Law Firm Group. Founded in 1998, TAGLaw is an international alliance of high quality, independent law firms. It is one of the four largest law firm alliances in the world and has received the highest ranking of “Elite” in Chambers Global. Through membership of TAGLaw EDG facilitates advice for its clients in jurisdictions across the world. EDG is looking forward to welcoming 50 of our European law colleagues to Belfast and helping them sample its delights this weekend!
In conjunction with Legal Island (legalisland.com) we provide a fortnightly bulletin reporting on judgments of the Court of Justice of the EU which are likely to have an impact on lawyers in Northern Ireland and further afield. The reports will cover employment law, commercial contracts, procurement, consumer protection and other relevant areas and will also include reports of judgments in the UK courts.
To see any of our reports, please click on the links below.
If you require any advice in connection with these reports and the potential impact on your business, please contact us.
Key Issues: Equal treatment - indirect discrimination - female worker prohibited from wearing Islamic headscarf
Key Issues: Equal Treatment - Age Discrimination
Key Issues: Equal Treatment - Age & Sexual Orientation
Key Issues: Social Policy - Use by employer of successive fixed term contracts
Key Issues: Social Policy - Right to Paid Annual Leave - Sick Leave - Request for a Preliminary Ruling
Key Issues: Social Policy - Equal Treatment - Age Discrimination - Request for a Preliminary Ruling
Key Issues: Collective Redundancies
Key Issues: Personal Data
Key Issues: Transfer of Undertaking
Key Issues: Fixed Term Work Contracts
Pupillage Applications 2017
Applications are invited for Pupillages commencing in September 2017. Please contact Pierre Boitel-Gill Partner for an Application (email: email@example.com). Closing date for Applications is Thursday 20 April 2017 at 4.30pm.
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Our offices at Royston House, 34 Upper Queen Street, Belfast BT1 6FD are located in the centre of the City of Belfast, a very short distance from Belfast City Hall. Please see the location map below.