Legal battle between makers of Love/Hate returns to court

Legal battle between makers of Love/Hate returns to court
A scene from the final series of Love/Hate

W2 claims Octagon diverted up to €50 million of funds out of firm where all were shareholders

The two sides involved in the legal battle over profits at one of Ireland’s biggest film and TV producers are going back to the High Court this week, in a row about disclosure of documents.

The founders of Octagon, the maker of award-winning shows including Vikings and Love/Hate, are locked in a dispute with German producer Winfried Hammacher’s film company W2, which invested in the company more than a decade ago.

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