Mercantile Group shareholder sues firm’s chief executive

EMI-MR Investment has initiated a legal action against Frank Gleeson

22nd January, 2017
The Mercantile group own Howl at the Moon in Dublin

A High Court dispute has broken out among shareholders at the Mercantile Group, the pub and restaurant group that controls 12 outlets across Dublin.

EMI-MR Investment, a US-based investor group that bought into the group last year, has initiated a legal action against Frank Gleeson, a smaller shareholder and the group’s chief executive.

The case was lodged last week, according to court records. EMI-MR has retained law firm Eugene F Collins to handle the...

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