Sean Dunne

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Sean Dunne filed for bankruptcy in the United States in 2013 with debts of more than €700 million. File photograph: Collins Courts

Bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne has said he was unable to produce emails subpoenaed in a long-running US legal action because he no longer had (...)

Seán Dunne: Connecticut magistrate Judge Robert Spector found that Mr Dunne failed to provide emails from three Gmail accounts and two accounts connected with his Irish firm Mountbrook to his US bankruptcy trustee. Photograph: Collins Courts

Bankrupt property developer Seán Dunne should be held in contempt for a third time for failing to produce emails disclosing details of his business de(...)

The Hume House office block on Pembroke Road in Dublin 4

Irish Life looks set to obtain planning permission to redevelop its Hume House office block on Pembroke Road in Dublin 4. Two years ago Irish Life (...)

Sean Dunne: last week described by a judge as “deeply dishonest”. Photograph: The Irish Times

The Sunday Business Post has an exclusive interview with Irish developer Sean Dunne, who claims the State has pursued him as if he was “the Ace of Spa(...)

Sean Dunne was described by the judge as a “deeply dishonest” witness who clearly told lies. Photograph: Collins

A US court has upheld a ruling finding property developer Sean Dunne in contempt of court and in violation of a subpoena for failing to hand over emai(...)

A trust linked to  Dermot Desmond has secured permission to demolish Walford on Dublin’s Shrewsbury Road, which remains the most expensive residence ever sold in the State at €58 million.

A trust linked to billionaire Dermot Desmond has secured planning permission to demolish a house on Dublin’s Shrewsbury Road, which remains the most e(...)

CGI image of the proposed development of Walford as a luxury residence

A trust associated with businessman Dermot Desmond has sought planning permission to demolish Walford on Shrewsbury Road, the most expensive house eve(...)

Glenveagh Properties’ chairman John Mulcahy. Glenveagh has spent €404 million buying sites for residential building. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Bovale, the Irish builder founded by brothers Tom and Michael Bailey, is selling a site to quoted residential developer Glenveagh Properties in a deal(...)

 A three-judge Court of Appeal on Tuesday ruled fair procedures required that Gayle  Dunne’s counsel should have the opportunity to cross-examine Timothy Miltenberger, the lawyer acting for the “Chapter 7” trustee dealing with Mr Dunne’s US bankruptcy.

Gayle Dunne, wife of bankrupt developer Sean Dunne, has won an appeal over a refusal to allow her lawyers cross examine an American attorney involved (...)

Inishcorrig, on Dalkey’s Coliemore Road, sold for just below €8 million

Top sellers: Dublin  1. Gorse Hill, Vico Road, Killiney, Co Dublin €9.5 million, Sherry FitzGerald and Knight Frank        (...)

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