Companies linked to  Michael O’Flynn are suing  Patrick Cox, Liam Foley, Eoghan Kearney and others, claiming that they earned a €12.5 million profit on a student accommodation project at the property business’s expense. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The State’s National Asset Management Agency (Nama) received just £340,000 (€390,760 ) from the O’Flynn group’s sale of two British properties that we(...)

O’Flynn group case had run into fourth week in the High Court.

The High Court has adjourned builder Michael O’Flynn’s property group’s lawsuit against some former workers while the defendants challenge a ruling re(...)

Several companies in the O’Flynn group are suing former employees  saying they made a €12.5m profit on a student accommodation project at the business’s expense. The former employees deny the allegations. Photograph: iStock

Developer Michael O’Flynn was very unhappy that his group paid former investment manager Patrick Cox “extraordinary” fees of hundreds of thousands of (...)

Michael O’Flynn in the High Court: ‘I gave nobody any instruction to do this’

A company in the O’Flynn property development group mistakenly sought permission to build student apartments on a site in Birmingham in England, the H(...)

Several O’Flynn group companies are suing former employees Patrick Cox, Liam Foley and Eoghan Kearney for using information taken from the business to develop their own projects.

Patrick Cox took more than 36,000 confidential documents from the O’Flynn group of companies before leaving the property developer’s employment, the H(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn: Senior counsel Michael Cush said that the O’Flynn group calculated that it lost €12.5 million alone from one deal involving a site on Gardiner Street, Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

A case in which O’Flynn Construction alleges that former employee Patrick Cox and others earned profits of at least €12.5 million by secretly divertin(...)

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A British holiday rental company has fallen into administration leaving at least 35 workers in its Dublin operation without pay, in some cases for two(...)

The High Court was told   that the O’Flynn group calculates  it lost €12.5 million alone from one deal involving a site on Gardiner Street, Dublin, used for student apartments.

O’Flynn Construction alleges that former employee Patrick Cox and others earned profits of at least €12.5 million by secretly diverting opportunities (...)

Cork property developer Michael O’Flynn and global fund manager BlackRock Real Estate have partnered to acquire a prime site in Dublin’s docklands wit(...)