Tom Curran of McCarter & English, attorney for Nama, leaving Connecticut’s bankruptcy court in Bridgeport following hearing of Gayle Killilea’s application to delay discovery of financial information in State agency’s case against her husband, bankrupt developer Sean Dunne.

Bankrupt developer Sean Dunne has been trying to play a “grand scheme of hide the ball” until he can figure out whether he will fare best in the Irish(...)

Sean Dunne said he had liabilities of €384 million

The National Asset Management Agency has asked a US court to be notified of any filings or developments in the bankrupt(...)