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Dunne and Brennan due in court over hotel name

A legal row between property developer Sean Dunne and hotelier John Brennan is due before the Commercial Court on Tuesday.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
24th January, 2009

A legal row between property developer Sean Dunne and hotelier John Brennan is due before the Commercial Court on Tuesday.

The row centres on the former Jurys Doyle hotels in Ballsbridge in Dublin, which Dunne and Brennan reopened in 2007 under the name D4hotels.

com. Brennan, who runs the five-star Park hotel in Kenmare in Kerry, and Dunne’s Mountbrook Homes are contesting ownership of the D4ho tels.comdomain name.

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