Goodman Confidential: New legal battle for beef baron

Former director suing Parma over 7.5 per cent share of former Bank of Ireland site on Baggot St

17th April, 2016
Larry Goodmans Parma Developments is in the High Court over claims by a former director that he is entitled to a cut of the former Bank of Ireland site on Baggot Street in Dublin 2Fergal Phillips

Extraordinary allegations of extortion, blackmail and opaque tax arrangements have been made in High Court proceedings involving beef baron Larry Goodman’s Parma Developments group.

Former director Andrew Griffith is suing the company over claims that he is entitled to a 7.5 per cent share of the former Bank of Ireland site at Dublin’s Baggot Street, on foot of employment agreements.

However, last week, in response to a counterclaim from Parma, he agreed...

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