Solicitor Brian O’Donnell, arriving back to Gorse Hill in Killiney after a High Court Hearing into an application for a trespass order was adjourned. John Martin from the ‘New Land League’ (right) opened the gates. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin solicitor Brian O’Donnell arrived back at the Killiney property last night – and into a situation where a member of the Land League got his foo(...)

Brian O Donnell is seen leaving Gorse Hill in  Killiney on Thursday morning. Photograph: Photocall Ireland

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell claims he and his wife have paid €700 million to banks worldwide, but Bank of Ireland is the only one to have “persecuted us(...)

Representatives of the bank receiver posting documents on the order of the court on the gate of  the O’Donnell family home, Gorse Hill. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times 1:01

Notices warning property developer Brian O’Donnell and his wife Mary Patricia not to interfere with a receiver’s attempts to take possession of the(...)

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell with his wife Mary Patricia O’Donnell. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Brian and Mary Patricia O’Donnell were, by any measure, among the most low-profile of the property developing set that invested heavily in bricks and (...)

A trespass notice being served on the home of the O’Donnell family in Killiney on Tuesday evening. Photograph: Aidan Crawley 1:01

The High Court has dismissed an application for an injunction by the O’Donnell family to halt the repossession of their home in Killiney. The receiver(...)

Blake O’Donnell, son of Brian O’Donnell, pictured leaving the Four Courts after a High Court hearing.Photograph: Courts Collins

A High Court judge has sought evidence about what has been happening at a house in Killiney, Dublin, after being told solicitor Brian O’Donnell has b(...)

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell leaving the Four Courts this week. Photograph: Collins Courts

A judge’s view that solicitor Brian O’Donnell moved to England to secure a “benign bankruptcy” and avoid his creditors is “entirely  irrelevant” to wh(...)

Blake O Donnell, Son of solicitor Brian O’Donnell pictured at the High Court.

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell and his son Blake have objected to two different Commercial Court judges hearing an application in proceedings by Bank of Ir(...)

Brian O’Donnell, his wife Mary Patricia and two adult sons Blake (pictured) and Bruce have two weeks to lodge their defence to Bank of Ireland’s action alleging fraud against them over allegedly conspiring to put in place a “blatant” scheme to put a property asset in London beyond its reach. Photograph: Collins Courts

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell, his wife Mary Patricia and two adult sons Blake and Bruce have two weeks to lodge their defence to Bank of Ireland’s action(...)

Gorse Hill, Killiney: a hearing of Bank of Ireland’s claim for damages against the children, based on a calculation of loss of rental income, also remains on hold. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Supreme Court has reserved judgment on an appeal by the four adult children of solicitor Brian O’Donnell aimed at preventing Bank of Ireland ge(...)