‘Bitter’ case involving former rugby star Byrne inches towards settlement
The High Court adjourned for a week in anticipation of a resolution of the dispute, which has been going on since last October
A tentative agreement has almost been reached between Shane Byrne, the former Ireland rugby international, and Oxigen Environmental, after a “bitter dispute”, the High Court has heard.
Oxigen, which owns a 51 per cent stake in Byrne’s family company, AWD Waste Solutions Ltd, had applied to the court to have a provisional liquidator appointed and for the company to be wound up.
Following talks between the parties on Wednesday, Mr Justice Michael...
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