Friday October 23, 2020

Family drama plays out in Ward Anderson cinema empire

A legal battle has erupted at the heart of the Ward Anderson cinema empire, with legal petitions and allegations of corporate mismanagement at the country's largest cinema operator.

29th September, 2012
The Savoy is part of Dublin Cinema Group, owned by Ward Anderson.

A legal battle has erupted at the heart of the Ward Anderson cinema empire, with legal petitions and allegations of corporate mismanagement at the country's largest cinema operator.

Paul Ward, the son of one of the group's founders, Leo Ward, will ask the High Court this week to allow him to take action against Dublin Cinema Group, a group company that owns the landmark Savoy Cinema on O'Connell Street in Dublin and is run by...

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