Wednesday June 3, 2020

The inside story of Larry Goodman’s battle over a €100m property deal

A long-running dispute with a former employee is set for a full hearing as allegations of blackmail and extortion and wiped memory sticks are aired

15th April, 2018
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The former Bank of Ireland headquarters, which Goodman (left) allegedly had in his sights for a long time

A former employee of beef baron Larry Goodman’s Parma Developments “misappropriated” vast quantities of sensitive company data, including two USB keys which were subsequently wiped, the High Court has heard.

The allegation is the latest twist in a long-running legal battle between ex-director Andrew Griffith and the Goodman empire, where he worked as a senior executive from 2006 until his resignation in 2014.

Headhunted as a property expert, Griffith claims his employment contracts...

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