Posts from October 2019

Plaintiff wants probe into why two annual meetings were not held prior to liquidation 
A former shareholder in the Irish Press company has challenged a refusal of the accountancy supervisory body to order an inquiry surrounding a complaint about why two annual general meetings were not held some years before the company went into liquidation. 
A former mushroom farm worker has been awarded €21,422 by the Labour Court after claiming she was forced to work more than 80 hours a week. She also said her payslips were doctored to show she worked less than the permitted 48 hours. 
Dunne’s lawyer suggests Killilea misrepresented her assets in a financial affidavit 
Bankrupt developer Seán Dunne and his ex-wife, Gayle Killilea, appear to be embroiled in legal disagreement, recent documents filed in the former couple’s long-running US bankruptcy case show. 
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