O’Brien’s settles case with ex-chief executive

The chief executive of O’Brien’s Irish Sandwich Bars has left his position after initiating a High Court case against the company.

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Ian Kehoe

8th November, 2008

The chief executive of O’Brien’s Irish Sandwich Bars has left his position after initiating a High Court case against the company.

Fiacra Nagle went to the High Court last Monday seeking an injunction over the terms of his employment with the sandwich chain, which is owned by businessman Brody Sweeney. While the case is listed for mention again in court tomorrow, it is understood that an agreement has been brokered, and...

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