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’s bankruptcy trustee, lawyer Richard Coan, has asked the Connecticut court to approve a loan of $40,000 per quarter for four consecutive quarters borrowed from the two Irish creditors to be used for the payment of the administrative expenses incurred in the Co Carlow developer’s bankruptcy.

The official managing the bankruptcy of Seán Dunne has asked a US court for permission to borrow $160,000 (€118,000) from the National Asset Managemen(...)

  The State agency has argued in a filing to a US bankruptcy court that Ms Killilea’s motions last month to quash Nama’s subpoenas served on banks First Republic and Credit Suisse and property agent Coldwell Banker are attempts to frustrate its discovery by “arguing that it interferes with her privacy”. Photograph: Collins Courts

Efforts by Gayle Killilea, the wife of bankrupt developer Sean Dunne, to block US subpoenas seeking information on her money and business dealings are(...)

Developer Sean Dunne. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

The court-appointed trustee managing the US bankruptcy of Sean Dunne has decided to support Ulster Bank’s application to make the property develope(...)

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(...)