Thursday August 13, 2020

McGarry tells High Court: I am the driving force of Maximum Media

Niall McGarry, founder of the digital media company, insists he has a vital role to play in the insolvent firm’s examinership process

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

@aarrogan
31st May, 2020
Niall McGarry, founder of Maximum Media & Joe.ie: stood down last year. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Niall McGarry has said he has an important role to play in Maximum Media during its examinership process and beyond.

The founder of the digital media company stepped down following a click-farm incident last year, but told the High Court last week that he was the “driving force” of the brand.

The High Court appointed Shane McCarthy, a partner in accountancy firm KPMG, as an examiner to the Joe.ie and Her.ie publisher after...

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