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Justice Finnegan to mediate Quinn-IBRC dispute

21st June, 2015
Sean Quinn and his family want €4.5 billion in compensation for the loss of their business empire

Retired Supreme Court judge Mr Justice Joseph Finnegan looks likely to act as mediator in the long-running dispute between the former Anglo Irish Bank and the family of Sean Quinn. Judge Finnegan, is a former President of the High Court, retired from the Supreme Court in 2012 and has huge experience of dealing with complex litigation.

The Quinns’ action against the former Anglo Irish Bank, later renamed IBRC, was initiated in May 2011.

Their case, which...

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