Monday August 3, 2020

Cox claim ‘incredible’, O‘Flynn tells court

High Court hears the developer claim that former employees made €12.5m on a student accommodation project which the O‘Flynn Group claimed should have been developed by itself

26th January, 2020
Michael O’Flynn: claims that Cox owed the O’Flynn Group a fiduciary duty

The most senior people in the O’Flynn Group of companies met in a Dublin hotel in January 2015 for a strategy day.

They were meeting to discuss plans to “reinvigorate their business” as they entered the first stages of their high-profile settlement with Carbon Finance, a vehicle of Blackstone, the US investment giant that had bought their loans from Nama.

The High Court heard that on the agenda for the strategy day...

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