Developer Michael O’Flynn and his brother John had information leaked form Nama.

State assets agency Nama apologised “unreservedly” to developers Michael and John O’Flynn for former employee Enda Farrell’s leaking of their personal(...)

Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon, who ruled that Nama  must  provide builders Michael and John O’Flynn with personal information it holds on them. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A data-protection ruling involving State assets agency Nama could force vulture funds to tell homeowners how much they paid to buy their mortgages, on(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn.

The National Asset Management Agency broke data-protection laws by failing to provide developers Michael and John O’Flynn with all of the personal inf(...)

Nama developer: Michael O’Flynn leaving the Four Courts in 2014. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Data Protection Commissioner will decide within two weeks whether the National Asset Management Agency failed to provide the developer brothers Mi(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn and brother John are suing the Data Protection Commissioner

Developer brothers Michael and John O’Flynn are suing the Data Protection Commissioner over alleged delay in finalising their complaint alleging the N(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn and his brother John are suing Nama: they want proceedings  fast-tracked in the Commercial Court

Businessmen Michael and John O’Flynn and their company O’Flynn Construction Ltd have sued the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), one of its com(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn: he and his brother John have taken legal action against Nama. Photograph:  Brenda Fitzsimons

Developers Michael and John O’Flynn are suing the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) and a former official over the leaking of information on the(...)

Property developer  Johnny Ronan. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The Oireachtas banking inquiry has agreed to water down its final report after two of the country’s biggest developers demanded a series of changes. (...)

The Oireachtas banking inquiry committee met in private session today to discuss letters sent by Johnny Ronan and Michael O’Flynn.

The Oireachtas banking inquiry has agreed to make a number of changes to its final report after receiving correspondance from two developers. The com(...)

The Oireachtas banking inquiry is to discuss legal threats from developers Michael O’Flynn (left) and Johnny Ronan who have separately expressed concerns about the committee’s final report.

An emergency meeting of the Oireachtas banking inquiry to discuss legal threats from two property developers had to be postponed as legal advice was n(...)

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