Gilson goes to court to stop business ban
TV presenter Glenda Gilson is fighting potential restrictions against her taking a role as a company director as she plans to set up her own media production company, The Sunday Business Post has learned.
Gilson is due in court next week facing possible restrictions on her taking a company directorship over her role in her brother’s failed car dealership. The TV3 presenter was a director in Gilson Motors, a firm owned by her brother Damien which was liquidated due to an unpaid tax bill.
In 2012, the high court heard that the company owed the Revenue Commissioners more than €140,000 in unpaid taxes. Gary Lennon of Lennon...
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