Tuesday March 31, 2020

Joseph Sheehan focuses on Galway in Goodman case

Sheehan aiming to reverse Goodman’s acquisition of Galway Clinic

7th August, 2016
Blackrock Clinic founder Joseph Sheehan (below left) and beef baron Larry Goodman (above left)

A Western front has opened up in the continuing legal battle between Blackrock Clinic founder Joseph Sheehan and beef baron Larry Goodman.

While the US-based Sheehan has been vying with Goodman for control of the exclusive Dublin private hospital for the last two years, the focus of his latest strike is the profitable Galway Clinic.

The dispute revolves around Louth accountant Brendan McDonald’s recent sale to Goodman of his 10 per cent interest in the...

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