Paddy McKillen Jnr: Creating and gathering up  Dublin’s hotspots.

You may not know what he looks like, but you’ve probably had a drink in one of his venues. Paddy McKillen jnr shuns the limelight but his work is e(...)

Mr Justice Charles Meenan heard the matter had been settled to the satisfaction of both parties

A former garda has settled an action for defamation he brought against a newspaper on the Channel Islands, the High Court in Dublin heard on Thursday.(...)

 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(...)

Paddy McKillen has been fighting for five years over the ownership of Claridge’s (above), The Berkeley and The Connaught hotels

Qatari investors allied to developer Paddy McKillen have bought out his rivals, the Barclay Brothers, for the ownership of three high-end London ho(...)

Belfast developer Paddy McKillen

Millions have been spent; thousands upon thousands of hours of lawyers’ time have been clocked up, and, yet, the confrontation between Paddy Mc(...)

 Paddy McKillen:  is understood to have repaid his personal loans at par, or face value, in order to prevent his rivals the Barclay brothers seizing control of Coroin. Photograph:  Yui Mok/PA Wire

Property investor Paddy McKillen has refinanced his outstanding loans from the former Anglo Irish Bank with the financial support of Colony Cap(...)

Paddy McKillen leaves was backed in his bid by Colony Capital, a private investment firm led by Tom Barrack. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Paddy McKillen has successfully bid to acquire his personal loans of €300m from IBRC, the former Anglo Irish Bank. Mr McKillen was backe(...)

Belfast developer Paddy McKillen leaves The Rolls Building at The High Court, in central London, for his legal dispute against the Barclay Brothers. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday March 19, 2012. Threed: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Patrick McKillen, who has been locked in a drawn out battle with the UK’s Barclay Brothers for control of three of London’s most exclusive hote(...)

Developer Paddy McKillen

Accountancy firm Deloitte is to review access by staff at the National Asset Management Agency to the files of developer Paddy McKillen following alle(...)

A section of Roscommon-born artist Roderic O’Conor’s Red Rocks, Brittany, which has a top estimate of £120,000 – down from £250,000 in 2011.

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has slashed the prices of paintings handed over by “Celtic Tiger” financier Derek Quinlan in a second at(...)

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