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Irish lawyer to give evidence in Dunne’s US bankruptcy case despite objections

The US trustee Richard Coan has secured a High Court order granting permission for a deposition from senior counsel Aoife Goodman despite objections from Dunne’s side that this would breach attorney-client privilege

10th March, 2019
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Gayle Killilea and Sean Dunne: he has said he was the ‘nominal titleholder’ of Walford and acquired it on trust for Killilea Pic: Courtpix/Collins

An Irish barrister who allegedly advised Sean Dunne’s lawyers in 2012 on the beneficial ownership of Dublin 4 mansion Walford is to give sworn evidence in the developer’s American bankruptcy proceedings.

The US trustee Richard Coan has secured a High Court order, under the Foreign Tribunal Evidence Act, granting permission for a deposition from senior counsel Aoife Goodman despite objections from Dunne’s side that this would breach attorney-client privilege.

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