Irish Examiner Interview with Flor McCarthy

Flor was interviewed by Joe Dermody for the Business Section of the Irish Examiner, you can read the full article here.              

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McCarthy + Co. up for More National Awards

  The team at Clonakilty based solicitors McCarthy + Co. are once again finalists in the prestigious Irish Law Awards 2016 in two separate categories. This is the fourth year the firm have reached the finals of the national awards for the legal profession having been shortlisted for Legal Innovation in 2013 and then having [...]

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Live Streaming with Mitch Jackson About The Solicitor’s Guide to Marketing

Mitch Jackson is one of the world’s true gentlemen; he’s also an outstanding trial lawyer and a social media phenomenon. Mitch is based in California and specialises in catastrophic injury or wrongful death cases.  He was California Lawyer of the year in 2013.  Aside from being a busy working lawyer Mitch is a regular speaker [...]

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Work Injuries for Nurses and Care Workers – Your Questions Answered [with Video]

More so than any other profession, nurses and care workers are at serious risk of sustaining career-ending and life-altering injuries while performing their everyday work-related tasks.  It’s a well known fact within the profession that many nurses and health carers are forced to end their caring profession early against their will due to serious neck, [...]

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome at Work – Your Questions Answered

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is one of a group of injuries known as repetitive stress injuries in which nerve damage is suffered in one or both hands. The nerves that supply the hand and wrist include the median nerve, the ulnar nerve and the superficial radial nerve. The carpal tunnel, which is located at the [...]

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The Official Launch of The Solicitor’s Guide by the Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald

The Solicitor's Guide to Marketing and Growing a Business was officially launched by the Minister for Justice and Equality Ms Frances Fitzgerald TD in the Solomon Gallery, Dublin on Wednesday, 6th May 2015. You can watch the video of the launch below. To buy your copy of the book go here. Go here now to [...]

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Launch of New Book on Marketing for Solicitors

Flor's new book: The Solicitor's Guide to Marketing and Growing a Business; How to Turn Your Legal Practice into a Financial Success was officially launched by the Minister for Justice and Equality Frances Fitzgerald TD last night in the Solomon Gallery in Dublin. The event was a huge success and a really enjoyable evening with [...]

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Best Small Law Firm in Munster – Irish Law Awards 2015

Miriam O'Callaghan with Flor McCarthy, Deirdre O'Donovan and John McCarthy at the Irish Law Awards Ceremony 2015 We won Munster Law Firm of the Year (under 5 Solicitors) at the AIB Private Banking Irish Law Awards 2015. The winners were announced at a gala black-tie event in the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Dublin last [...]

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Why did I write a book on marketing for solicitors? [Part 2]

To follow on from Part 1, the second reason why I wrote a book on marketing for solicitors is I believe in a future for small and middle-sized law firms. I believe small and middle-sized law firms have an extremely important role to play in society. They represent the private citizens and small and medium-sized [...]

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Why did I write a book on marketing for solicitors? [Part 1]

It’s a good question; and one that I asked myself many times in the process of doing so. Indeed, many people that I respect and trust asked me the same thing with more than a hint of concern in their voices. I mean, why, as a practising solicitor, would I take things that I have [...]

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Should You Settle Your Personal Injury* Claim Early?

Well the short answer is always: NO. The Injuries Board has been in the news quite a bit lately expressing concern about early settlements, somehow suggesting that this might involve claims being paid that might not otherwise or that this might involve lawyers getting some sinister extra cut as a result. The fact that these [...]

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The Injuries Board’s Silence on the Setanta Collapse is Deafening

Setanta was a handy man with a hurley; a bit too handy for his own good in fact. He killed a chieftain’s guard dog while having a knock about, was renamed Cú Chulainn to replace the trusty hound and became a Red Branch knight as a result. Ulster hurling has been in terminal decline ever [...]

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