Friday November 22, 2019

Kilkenny matriarch hopes dispute can be put behind them

Marian O’Gorman, who leads the Irish craft and design group, was embroiled in a court battle with her son Greg, which spanned a two-year period

By Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
8th September, 2019

Kilkenny Group boss Marian O’Gorman has said she hopes the divisions in her family business can be mended even further following resolution of the legal dispute last year.

The businesswoman, who leads the Irish craft and design group, was embroiled in a court battle with her son Greg, which spanned a two-year period.

Last year, the High Court was informed that the family had agreed a settlement to end the case.

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