Former ‘baron of Ballsbridge’ Dunne lashes out at Nama and bankruptcy trustees in new trial bid
The former developer is seeking a new trial or reversal of the verdict in June that found that Dunne had fraudulently transferred some assets to his then wife Gayle Killilea to put them beyond the reach of creditors
Erstwhile ‘baron of Ballsbridge’ Sean Dunne has heavily criticised Nama and other actors in his legal battle over assets linked to him and ex-wife Gayle Killilea as he pushes for a new trial in the US.
Court records also show that parties involved in Dunne’s US bankruptcy proceedings held a settlement conference on Thursday in a bid to find a resolution to bitter disputes over assets linked to Dunne and Killilea.
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