Mr Justice Brian McGovern: said proceedings were ‘part of a wider co-ordinated campaign by the O’Donnell family’ to frustrate the bank and receiver from disposing of Gorse Hill. Photograph: Will Oliver

A legal bar on the sale of retired solicitor Brian O’Donnell’s former family home should be lifted, the High Court has ruled. Two lis pendens –(...)

Brian O’Donnell  outside the Four Courts  after a High Court hearing. Photograph: Courts Collins

A judge will have to decide whether solicitor Brian O’Donnell and his wife Mary Patricia may proceed with a counter-claim over Bank of Ireland’s tresp(...)

 Jerry Beades (55),  Richmond Avenue, Fairview, Dublin,  is accused of parking in a manner that obstructed traffic at Richmond Avenue, and failing to give identity information, on November 14th last year. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

After six court hearings, campaigner Jerry Beades has indicated he is pleading not guilty to charges of obstructing traffic and failing to give his de(...)

Brian O’Donnell represented himself  and his wife during the application Photograph: Courts Collins

Retired solicitor Brian O’Donnell and his wife Dr Mary Patricia O’Donnell are personally liable for the legal costs of their failed bid to have their (...)

The latest set of proceedings concerning No 1 Sorrento Terrace has been brought against legal firm A & L Goodbody alleging professional negligence in relation to its handling of litigation and insurance issues concerning the property, Rossa Fanning BL for the law firm, outlined. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A house at Sorrento Terrace in Dalkey on sale for a “modest” €12 million after a planned sale for €22 million to solicitor Brian O’Donnell did not pro(...)

Jerry Beades (55) from Richmond Avenue, Fairview, Dublin appeared at Dublin District Court. Photograph: Court Collins

Campaigner Jerry Beades has been ordered to appear in court next month on charges of obstructing traffic and failing to give his details to a garda.Th(...)

Brian O’Donnell places the keys of Gorse Hill which he vacated on Wednesday, April 29th, in front of Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher at the bank’s agm. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Former solicitor Brian O’Donnell is attending the banking inquiry this morning where Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher gives evidence. Mr(...)

Brian O’Donnell puts the  keys of Gorse Hill which he vacated in front of t Richie Boucher chief executive of Bank of Ireland at the company’s agm last week. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times 1:30

Former solicitor Brian O’Donnell has claimed he was “bullied” by Bank of Ireland over the Gorse Hill property in Killiney and said the bank had “set f(...)

Brian O’Donnell and  wife Mary Patricia: end of the line. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell and his wife Dr Mary Pat O’Donnell began investing in property in about 2000, assembling a massive portfolio of commercial a(...)

Brian O’Donnell places the  keys of Gorse Hill, which he vacated today, at the desk of Bank of Ireland  chief executive Richie Boucher   at the company’s agm today. Photograph: Aidan Crawley 1:30

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell is planning to take his legal fight over Gorse Hill in Killiney to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).Mr O’Donnell co(...)