Monday June 1, 2020

Blackrock Clinic battle storms the High Court

Allegations made against receiver Michael McAteer of conspiracy, negligence and breach of duty are dropped

22nd February, 2015
James Flynn (centre) arriving at the Four Courts with his wife Leona and son John Jnr Picture: Courtpix

Allegations of conspiracy and negligence made against Michael McAteer, the receiver appointed last year over a vigorously contested 8 per cent shareholding in the Blackrock Clinic, have been dropped.

In the High Court case taken by US-based developer John Flynn against Breccia, an investment vehicle controlled by businessman Larry Goodman, McAteer was the second defendant.

Last Thursday morning, counsel for Flynn and his company, Benray, withdrew claims of dishonesty and bad faith made against McAteer, a...

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