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(...)

Sean Dunne: said that he did not have the resources to defend Nama’s objection to his being discharged. Photograph: Steve Miller

Sean Dunne’s two biggest creditors and the US court official investigating his financial affairs have objected to the insolvent property developer’s a(...)

Seán Dunne (left): told US court in a filing through his lawyer that even if he was successfully discharged from bankruptcy in the US there was no guarantee that he wouldn’t face a similar challenge to his discharge in his Irish bankruptcy case. Photograph: Simon Carswell

A US court will consider last week’s surprise application by property developer Seán Dunne to withdraw his American bankruptcy case at a hearing to(...)