Taxman targets Gerald Kean

Case taken by Revenue against celebrity solicitor

12th February, 2017
A Revenue case has been lodged against high-profile solicitor Gerald Kean Picture: Tony O’Shea

Revenue has initiated tax proceedings in the High Court against celebrity solicitor Gerald Kean.

The well-known lawyer spoke out last year about trying to repay bank and tax debts of under €5 million. At the time he described himself as “broke”.

A Revenue case, lodged in the name of collector general Michael Gladney, was issued against Kean last Friday week. Solicitors’ rm Pierse & Fitzgibbon is acting for Revenue in the case. At...

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