Solicitor Kean facing €500k legal bill after false statement

Celebrity lawyer Kean did not give evidence during the case which lasted 10 days at hearing

14th May, 2017
Gerald Kean

The well-known solicitor Gerald Kean is facing a legal bill of more than €500,000, after the High Court found that he made a false statement and gave double undertakings to banks on properties owned by his ex-girlfriend.

Kean, a lawyer well known for his television appearances, did not give evidence during the case which lasted ten days at hearing.

While the bank sued Kean personally because he had signed the undertaking, Sharyn Coghlan, a conveyancing...

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