Gayle Killilea lodged notice of her appeal on Tuesday. Photograph:  Collins Courts

The wife of bust property developer Sean Dunne has appealed a US court ruling last month that paved the way for her husband’s Irish bankruptcy officia(...)

Sean Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea  have been contesting legal actions on both sides of the Atlantic, as well as in South Africa

The long-running game of chess that is the litigation around the Irish and American bankruptcies of property developer Sean Dunne received much needed(...)

Gayle Killilea:  The ruling by Connecticut District Court  is a setback for  her  in the long-running American legal actions between her and husband  and her husband’s trustee and creditors. Photograph: Collins/Courts

A US judge has denied a request by Gayle Killilea, wife of property developer Seán Dunne, to move a case on alleged fraudulent asset transfers betw(...)

Gayle Killilea: asked to move her bankruptcy case to district court. Photograph: Collins Courts

The official in charge of Seán Dunne’s US bankruptcy has objected to a request by Mr Dunne’s wife to remove a case on alleged fraudulent asset transf(...)

Gayle Killilea:  Filed emergency motions seeking a jury trial in the district court rather than in the bankruptcy court in the US. Photograph: Collins

Gayle Killilea, wife of developer Seán Dunne, has asked a US judge not to refer a fraudulent asset transfer case taken against them to the bankruptcy (...)

Seán Dunne: Under the US legal system, each side will pay their own costs in Nama’s 16-month challenge against the developer. Photograph: Steve Miller/Irish Times

Twenty months after he sought refuge in the US bankruptcy courts and a faster passage away from €700 million of debts that he would have had to naviga(...)

Bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne. Photograph:  Garrett White / Collins

Property developer Sean Dunne has thrown in the towel on his attempt to walk away from about €700 million in debts through the US bankruptcy courts(...)

Seán Dunne filed for bankruptcy in the US in March 2013 with debts of $942 million. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The National Asset Management Agency has resumed a legal bid to prevent the insolvent property developer Seán Dunne walking away from his debts follo(...)

Seán Dunne: US bankruptcy hearing should last a day

A US judge has permitted a court official to submit family law documents in private as part of his challenge to stop property developer Seán Dunne wit(...)

Sean Dunne:   has been engaged in a cat-and-mouse game with his two biggest creditors – Nama and Ulster Bank – through the Connecticut bankruptcy court before Judge Alan Shiff. Photograph:  Steve Miller

A hearing in a Connecticut court yesterday was meant to have been an opportunity to agree procedures to fast-track the discovery of information betwee(...)