Quinn family sued over salaries from Russian businesses
The case seeks the return of monies allegedly drawn down from Quinn businesses in Russia as purported salary payments. The companies are now controlled by receivers and liquidators appointed by IBRC
Close relatives of the former billionaire tycoon Sean Quinn are being pursued in the Irish courts over Russian judgments alleging debts of close to €1 million.
Summary proceedings were lodged on Friday against three of Quinn’s adult daughters Aoife, Colette and Ciara Quinn and in-laws Niall McPartland, Stephen Kelly and Karen Woods.
The case seeks the return of monies allegedly drawn down from Quinn businesses in Russia as purported salary payments. The companies...
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