Pub investor David L’Estrange heading for the High Court
A disagreement has arisen between L’Estrange and a longstanding executive at his company, Pat Finn
A disagreement between Dublin pub investor and accountant David L’Estrange and a longstanding executive at his company looks set to hit the courts.
On Thursday, Pat Finn, who has worked with L’Estrange & Co for some 30 years, was granted an interim injunction against David L’Estrange, details lodged with the courts website show. The matter is believed to relate to a business operations disagreement between the two and is due to return before...
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