Priory Hall developer: Thomas McFeely is not due to exit bankruptcy until March 2020. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Supreme Court has refused to hear a further appeal by Thomas McFeely, the Priory Hall developer, over the near five-year extension of his bankrupt(...)

Priory Hall developer Thomas McFeely who has had  his period of bankruptcy extended by five years. Photograph: Collins

The High Court has extended the bankruptcy of Priory Hall developer Thomas McFeely by almost five years over “very grave” failures to co-operate with (...)

 Ian Bailey leaves the High Court recently after losing his case over Garda conduct. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Billionaire businessman Denis O’Brien, journalist Ian Bailey, solicitor Brian O’Donnell and the family of businessman Seán Quinn – a new law term b(...)

Thomas McFeely. Photograph: Collins Courts

Priory Hall developer Thomas McFeely will contest an application to extend his bankruptcy by five years. The application has been brought on grounds i(...)

Thomas McFeely: was adjudicated bankrupt in Ireland by the High Court in July 2012 and that bankruptcy is due to expire shortly. Photograph: Collins Courts

A bid to extend for five years the bankruptcy of Priory Hall developer Thomas McFeely has been initiated at the High Court on grounds including allege(...)

 The Priory Hall apartments in Donaghmede,  which were  evacuated in October 2011  after Dublin City Council expressed serious concerns over fire safety.  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The long-running litigation over the Priory Hall apartment complex in Donaghmede, Dublin, which involved 41 families leaving their homes three years (...)