• 4 August 2013

John Moylan rejoins Waterman Moylan

Waterman Moylan is pleased to announce that John Moylan, who founded the firm over 30 years ago and who has spent the past number of years working on a development aid project in Central Asia, has recently rejoined the firm as a senior consultant.

In this role John is providing expert advisor / expert witness services to our clients covering all aspects of the building/construction industry including contractual disputes and arbitrations; professional indemnity claims; professional negligence claims; property damage; design and/or construction defects disputes; adjoining owner disputes; litigation reports and advisory reports.

John is also providing management support to our technical teams for a number of projects, providing the benefit of his extensive experience and knowledge in site development and building works planning and design.

Contact: John Moylan ( j.moylan@waterman-moylan.ie)

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