Louis Murray

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Louis Murray and his company, Balieboro Spring Water, in receivership, sued AIB and a receiver over an alleged breach of an agreement for the consensual sale of two Dawson Street properties. Photograph: Frank Miller

A High Court action by former La Stampa restaurant owner Louis Murray against a bank and a receiver has been withdrawn. The case was being withdrawn (...)

La Stampa hotel on Dawson Street. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Talks in the case taken by former La Stampa restaurant owner Louis Murray have achieved a “conditional basis for a settlement”, the High Court has hea(...)

The La Stampa hotel on Dawson Street, Dublin. Before resuming his evidence on Friday, former owner Louis Murray confirmed an apology made by his lawyer to the court on his behalf over calling the receiver ‘a thug’. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Former La Stampa restaurant owner Louis Murray has told the High Court he had not sought to deceive a bank to whom he owed €19.8 million by not tellin(...)

Louis Murray is suing AIB and a receiver the bank appointed over 35/36 Dawson Street, which housed Murray’s La Stampa restaurant, a hotel and bar

Former La Stampa restaurant owner Louis Murray instructed his lawyer to apologise for comments made by Mr Murray about a bank-appointed receiver, incl(...)

The La Stampa property on Dawson Street, Dublin 2. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Louis Murray, former owner of La Stampa restaurant and night club, declared in the commercial court yesterday that AIB “betrayed” him by appointing a (...)

La Stampa hotel on Dawson Street. Photograph: Dave Meehan

AIB sold La Stampa restaurant and night club for €17.5 million despite a €21.5 million offer from an investor recruited by the business’s owner, Louis(...)

La Stampa restaurant on Dawson Street in Dublin: former operator Louis Murray told the Commercial Court  that  AIB’s appointment of a receiver in October 2014 significantly interfered with the running of the business. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Allied Irish Banks advertised a Dublin city centre property which housed the La Stampa restaurant and a bar and hotel at up to €7.5 million less than (...)

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STRIKING SCARVES FOR SUMMER Another Irish scarf designer is quickly making her mark with very striking creations. Dubliner Sarah Swan studied inter(...)

The 36-bedroomed Dawson Hotel, which formerly housed the La Stampa restaurant, also includes another currently-shuttered restaurant at basement level, formerly called Faat Baat. It also includes Sams Bar and the Dawson Spa.

The boutique Dawson Hotel opposite the Mansion House in Dublin has been sold by an AIB-appointed receiver for €17.5 million to Tetrarch Capital, the o(...)

The Dawson at 35-36 Dawson Street:  Morrissey’s and Savills are guiding €15 million for the hotel, restaurant and bar which are to be sold on the instructions of Declan McDonald of PwC who was appointed receiver by AIB.

A rare opportunity to relaunch a stylish boutique hotel, restaurant and bar in one of Dublin’s best business and recreational locations will arise ne(...)