Former U2 manager Paul McGuinness plans legal action over film studio spat

McGuinness is said to be concerned over €6 million deal to open facility in Limerick

30th August, 2015
The Limerick studio is set to open for business at the end of 2016

Paul McGuinness is considering legal action in a dispute with celebrity accountant Ossie Kilkenny and film studio boss Siún Ní Raghallaigh, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

A company set up by Ní Raghallaigh and Kilkenny, along with former film censor John Kelleher, recently signed a €6 million deal with Limerick city and county councils to open a new €70 million TV and film production studio at the former Dell site in...

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