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.

X Factor’s Walsh among investors suing Meath firm

X Factor’s Walsh among investors suing Meath firm

Walsh, along with other investors, are seeking summary judgment against Noel Howley

Profile: Peter Charleton – on his guard

Profile: Peter Charleton – on his guard

Though known as a model of rigorous efficiency, the Supreme Court justice surprised everybody with his quick exit from the traps

High Court grants leave to appoint examiner at Dublin’s Regency Hotel

High Court grants leave to appoint examiner at Dublin’s Regency Hotel

Venue was the scene of a fatal gangland shooting last year

McCabe falsely accused of trying to change DPP verdict

McCabe falsely accused of trying to change DPP verdict

Untrue claim was made by a senior member of the force at the O’Higgins Commission of Investigation

Row over €26m debts at Regency

Row over €26m debts at Regency

Business was hit by ‘negative publicity’ of gangland murder

D&L’s €9.7m debt claim against Yolanda upheld

D&L’s €9.7m debt claim against Yolanda upheld

London construction project hit by financial downturn

Charleton tribunal must balance justice with costs

Charleton tribunal must balance justice with costs

Tribunal has the potential to protect whistleblowers, but it must not become like the lengthy and costly models of the past

Sean FitzPatrick trial: EY partner denies ‘pantomime’ for ODCE

Sean FitzPatrick trial: EY partner denies ‘pantomime’ for ODCE

FitzPatrick denies misleading the bank’s auditors and furnishing them with false information in relation to multimillion euro loans

The cost of divorce

The cost of divorce

For most married couples, splitting up involves a slow unthreading of entangled lives rather than...

Ryanair in legal action against US travel firm

Ryanair in legal action against US travel firm

Low-fares airline intends serving legal papers on US travel company Expedia this week

Internet providers call for personal responsibility in defamation laws

Internet providers call for personal responsibility in defamation laws

Internet titans claim they “should not be forced to police the internet”

Truck cartel faces legal action from Irish hauliers

Truck cartel faces legal action from Irish hauliers

Irish hauliers expected to lodge up to 60 claims by the end of the month

Taxman targets Gerald Kean

Taxman targets Gerald Kean

Case taken by Revenue against celebrity solicitor

Garda crisis: Crossing the thin blue line

Garda crisis: Crossing the thin blue line

An innocent man targeted with vicious smears. A police force bitterly at war. Claims and confusion in conflicted cabinet

Garda GUBU: Secret email raises new questions about false abuse claims

Garda GUBU: Secret email raises new questions about false abuse claims

Ross fury as confidence in Zappone hits all-time low; Former Sindo editor condemns McCabe media smear campaign