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Sean Dunne, right, with one of his attorneys  in Connecticut. Mr Dunne is being sued  by the trustee of his American bankruptcy in an effort to regain control of millions of euro in assets he gave his wife and distribute them to creditors. Photograph: Douglas Healey

Bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne has testified in his American civil trial that he was making real progress turning around his troubled property(...)

Gayle Killilea, the estranged wife of bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne, outside the US federal courthouse in New Haven, Connecticut,  on Monday. Photograph: Douglas Healey

Sean Dunne verbally promised his wife Gayle Killilea at least €60 million pursuant to a handwritten document the couple signed during a 2005 Thailand (...)

Gayle Killilea: insisted that she was ultimate decision-maker, even as her husband served as Mountbrook USA’s only employee and CEO at no salary. Photograph: Collins Courts

On her second day of testimony in the American civil trial of her husband Seán Dunne, Gayle Killilea faced a blizzard of emails appearing to show Mr D(...)

Seán Dunne: moved to Greenwich, Connecticut, one of America’s wealthiest communities, after his property empire collapsed, and filed for bankruptcy there in 2013. Photograph: Collins Courts

Onetime property magnate Seán Dunne failed to disclose millions of euro in asset transfers to his wife and family members in a 2010 sworn statement pr(...)

Bankrupt developer Sean Dunne, from Co Carlow, who is scheduled to testify at the trial, which is expected to last several weeks. Photograph: Courtpix

Lawyers for Sean Dunne and his wife, Gayle Killilea, said on Monday the property mogul turned millions of euro worth of property to his spouse out of (...)

Tom Curran of McCarter & English, attorney for Nama, leaving Connecticut’s bankruptcy court in Bridgeport following hearing of Gayle Killilea’s application to delay discovery of financial information in State agency’s case against her husband, bankrupt developer Sean Dunne.

Bankrupt developer Sean Dunne has been trying to play a “grand scheme of hide the ball” until he can figure out whether he will fare best in the Irish(...)

Sean Dunne said he had liabilities of €384 million

The National Asset Management Agency has asked a US court to be notified of any filings or developments in the bankrupt(...)

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