Tuesday August 11, 2020

More legal troubles for businessman Bourke

Restaurateur accused of withholding accounts

27th November, 2016
Jay Bourke: accused of recklessly trading while insolvent Picture: Tony O’Shea

The well-known publican and restaurateur Jay Bourke is facing a High Court action to disqualify him as a company director.

In proceedings due to begin before Mr Justice Max Barrett tomorrow, it will be alleged that Bourke deliberately withheld books of account from a Revenue-appointed liquidator.

Bourke is being called to account over the failed Dublin 2 restaurant and bar Shebeen Chic.

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