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Denis O’Brien: expected to resist the move. Photograph; Dara Mac Dónaill

Businessman Declan Ganley is seeking detailed information about the financial affairs of telecoms rival Denis O’Brien and is asking the High Court for(...)

Red Flag Consulting, whose senior staff and principals have strong historical connections to the Tony O’Reilly era at Independent News and Media, deny Denis O’Brien’s assertions. Illustration: Thisisredflag.com

Businessman Denis O’Brien’s long-running case against Red Flag Consulting returns to the courts on Friday. The Court of Appeal is set to give judgmen(...)

Denis O’Brien, above,  gave Martin Coyne  the USB memory stick, on which the businessman’s case against Red Flag rests, on October 13th 2015. Photograph: David Sleator

Digitpol, the company run by Martin Coyne, one of the key expert witnesses in Denis O’Brien’s case against Red Flag Consulting, has operated in the N(...)

Denis O Brien: The businessman is suing Red Flag over a dossier of material about him, whch  he asserts is defamatory. Photograph: David Sleator

Two employees of Red Flag Consulting, the public relations firm being sued by businessman Denis O’Brien, will not have to give him potential access t(...)

One question stands out among the many that arise in the Denis O’Brien versus Red Flag Consulting legal action. Why did O’Brien give the USB memory st(...)

 Gathering to mark the settlement between Paddy McKillen (front row centre) and the Barclay Brothers and members of McKillen’s team including Mike Aynsley (front row with glass in hand) and Richard Woodhouse (front row second from right)

For many years, Mark Hollingsworth has used his role as a journalist and author to spy on people and inveigle information useful to his wealthy client(...)

Mark Hollingsworth told people he interviewed that he was writing an article about Denis O’Brien. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Mark Hollingsworth, the only person known to have obtained the dossier of documents at the heart of Denis O’Brien’s legal action against Dublin PR fir(...)