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Irish Starbucks brothers in legal battle over €100m Stillorgan development

Colum and Ciaran Butler refuse to vacate site owned by US investment firm

9th February, 2020
Stillorgan Leisureplex: the Butler brothers are refusing to leave the site

A dispute between the two brothers who are the master franchise holders of Starbucks in Ireland and the US investment giant behind a €100 million residential development in Stillorgan, Co Dublin, is due before the Commercial Court next week.

It is understood Kennedy Wilson Investment Funds (KW), which owns the development site, will be applying for an interlocutory injunction against Lorgan Leisure, owned by Colum and Ciaran Butler. The brothers are refusing to vacate their...

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