Francesca Comyn

Francesca Comyn

Francesca Comyn is the Sunday Business Post’s Legal Affairs Correspondent. In this role, she drives the Post’s coverage of legal affairs, including litigation, legislation and the law. An award-winning journalist, Comyn was Courts Correspondent with Newstalk (and Today FM) for the past eight years. She was previously a news anchor at Newstalk and Q102 (Lite FM). Comyn is the recipient of a Justice Media Award. She graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 1997 and later completed a law degree at DIT, Aungier Street.

TD John Perry's selection claim a “mathematical impossibility”, FG claims

TD John Perry's selection claim a “mathematical impossibility”, FG claims

Party accepts there were 'irregularities' in selection convention

AIB taken to Court of Appeal over ‘duty of care’

AIB taken to Court of Appeal over ‘duty of care’

Edenderry businessman claims the bank was aware of Ger Killally’s precarious situation

The tycoon and the unknown mastermind

The tycoon and the unknown mastermind

Denis O’Brien alleges that an unknown ‘mastermind’ is behind a dirty tricks campaign to undermine his business interests

Killilea in legal row with Irish bankruptcy official

Killilea in legal row with Irish bankruptcy official

Killilea claims she made valid agreements with her husband in 2005 and 2008

Red Flag's lawyers accuse Denis O'Brien of 'lack of candour'

Red Flag's lawyers accuse Denis O'Brien of 'lack of candour'

O'Brien's affidavit gives impression he hired “some sort of Jason Bourne figure"

Denis O'Brien demands PR firm reveal identity of client

Denis O'Brien demands PR firm reveal identity of client

Lawyers for businessman tell court Red Flag were involved in compiling damaging dossier

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Be careful of giving too much away about your life on your Facebook and Twitter pages – it could cost you dearly in court one day, write Francesca Comyn and Emma Kennedy

O’Brien hired Kiev-based private eye to investigate ‘campaign’

O’Brien hired Kiev-based private eye to investigate ‘campaign’

Businessman employed John Whelehan – a due diligence and corporate investigations consultant

Surge in mergers is expected in legal sector

Surge in mergers is expected in legal sector

Survey shows merger talks have rarely reached finish line

Scaffolding tycoon Michael Breslin insists Nama must sue him in New York

Scaffolding tycoon Michael Breslin insists Nama must sue him in New York

Breslin gave a personal guarantee to Anglo in connection with loans of €22 million

Consortium challenges AIB’s move on personal guarantees

Consortium challenges AIB’s move on personal guarantees

Boomtime investment of €15 million in a Radisson hotel in France went sour

Appeals court fast-tracks legal challenge over €90 million in claims

Appeals court fast-tracks legal challenge over €90 million in claims

Motor Insurance Bureau wants to overturn decision on 1,750 claims

Sunday Interview: Isolde Goggin

Sunday Interview: Isolde Goggin

Ensuring a competitive marketplace and consumer protection go hand-in-hand

City of lights: cold days and long nights in Dublin call for warming spirits

City of lights: cold days and long nights in Dublin call for warming spirits

Francesca Comyn enjoys chance meetings and a cosy bed ahead of Christmas

Bloxham’s bankrupt head of finance had €6.4m debts

Bloxham’s bankrupt head of finance had €6.4m debts

Court documents reveal the Revenue blocked 39-year-old from entering debt write down