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Carina Lawlor

Carina Lawlor is a partner in the Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department and is a member of the Regulatory and Investigations Group and Banking and Financial Services Disputes Group. She has particular experience in administrative and public law and regularly advises on investigations and inquiries compliance, white collar crime and corporate offences, banking and financial services disputes, anti–corruption / bribery legislation and document disclosure issues. She has acted in numerous judicial review proceedings and is acting in significant fund litigation arising out of the Madoff fraud.

Carina regularly advises clients on regulatory inquiries, in particular the Central Bank’s enhanced regulatory enforcement regime, and on all aspects of fair procedures. She currently acts for professional body, Chartered Accountants Ireland, on various matters arising from its role of regulatory and disciplinary oversight for accountants and auditors.

Carina is a member of the Law Society of Ireland, admitted 2003, and is also a member of the Law Society of England & Wales, non-practising, admitted 2002. Carina is also a regular speaker at client seminars held by Matheson and at external conferences, particularly on topics relating to document disclosure and retention issues and confidentiality and privilege.

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