Denis O’Brien brings motion against Revenue
O'Brien suing for allegedly leaking court papers to the media during a High Court tax row
Businessman Denis O’Brien has brought a discovery motion against the Revenue Commissioners, which he is suing for allegedly leaking court papers to the media during a High Court tax row.
In September 2013, Justice Mary Laffoy ruled that the media mogul’s permanent home in the tax year 2000/2001 was Quinta de Lago, Portugal and not his Ballsbridge home in Ireland.
O’Brien alleges that Revenue handed out information about the case to members of...
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