Former O’Flynn employees lose appeal over documents
Patrick Cox, Liam Foley and Eoghan Kearney had sought discovery of papers relating to Nama-directed sale of properties
Three former employees of the O‘Flynn group of companies who are being sued in the Commercial Court have lost their appeal for late discovery of documents.
When the O’Flynn Group’s loans of €1.8 billion were taken over by Nama in 2010, the agency directed that sites owned by the development company in Birmingham and Coventry be sold.
Documentation surrounding the sale of these properties was being sought by former employees...
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