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September 5, 2012

The family of Sean Quinn, once Ireland’s richest man, has been given until 24 September by a Dublin court to provide information needed to resolve its legal dispute with a state-owned bank.

The family of Sean Quinn, once Ireland’s richest man, has been given until 24 September by a Dublin court to provide information needed to resolve its legal dispute with a state-owned bank.

Speaking on its own behalf, the family told the court it could no longer afford to pay its lawyers and does not know how to proceed without them. 

June 27, 2012

Sean Quinn, formerly Ireland’s richest man, and two members of his family have been branded dishonest, deceitful and evasive by a Dublin court, which found them guilty of contempt.

Sean Quinn, formerly Ireland’s richest man, and two members of his family have been branded dishonest, deceitful and evasive by a Dublin court, which found them guilty of contempt.

The judge ruled the bankrupt businessman had blocked Anglo Irish Bank from seizing international property worth hundreds of millions of euros – in defiance of a High Court order issued last year.

November 11, 2011

Sean Quinn, who was once Ireland’s richest man, has applied for bankruptcy seven months after he lost control of his family business Quinn Group.

Sean Quinn, who was once Ireland’s richest man, has applied for bankruptcy seven months after he lost control of his family business Quinn Group.

Quinn, who developed a business empire from a gravel pit and expanded it to include cement, hotels, pubs and insurance, reportedly lost more than €1 billion after investing in Anglo Irish Bank.

September 5, 2011

Anglo Irish Bank used a covert operation to oust the Quinns from the family business, according to a report in an Irish newspaper. 

Anglo Irish Bank used a covert operation to oust the Quinns from the family business, according to a report in an Irish newspaper.

The bank, which was nationalised by the Irish government in 2009, invited Sean Quinn, once Ireland’s richest man, to a meeting at its Dublin headquarters last April, the Sunday Independent reported.

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