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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
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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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