Companies linked to  Michael O’Flynn are suing  Patrick Cox, Liam Foley, Eoghan Kearney and others, claiming that they earned a €12.5 million profit on a student accommodation project at the property business’s expense. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The State’s National Asset Management Agency (Nama) received just £340,000 (€390,760 ) from the O’Flynn group’s sale of two British properties that we(...)

O’Flynn group case had run into fourth week in the High Court.

The High Court has adjourned builder Michael O’Flynn’s property group’s lawsuit against some former workers while the defendants challenge a ruling re(...)

Michael O’Flynn in the High Court: ‘I gave nobody any instruction to do this’

A company in the O’Flynn property development group mistakenly sought permission to build student apartments on a site in Birmingham in England, the H(...)