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    Default Owe Anglo 100 million? No problem. Be a NAMA solicitor!

    LIMERICK solicitors Dermot G O’Donovan, three of whose partners are directors of the Fordmount Group, now in receivership, have been appointed by NAMA to provide legal services.

    Fordmount is believed to owe in excess of €100m to Anglo Irish Bank.

    One of the partners, Adrian Frawley, was appointed managing director of Fordmount following the departure of accountant Michael Daly, who is said to be the majority shareholder of the Fordmount Group.

    Other shareholders in the Fordmount Group include the firm’s other partners Dermot G. O’Donovan, Michael Sherry and ex-partner Tommy Dalton, who has left the firm.
    In 2005 Fordmount Property Group gave a political donation of €1,750 to Minister Willie O’Dea.
    Fordmount directors are NAMA solicitors
    We have turned the corner.I commend this Budget to the House. Brian Lenihan, 9 December 2009

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    The Zanu-FF corruption circus just rolls on and on and on.

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    Nothing that happens in this failed state surprises me anymore.

    I will be gone soon and im looking forward to getting out of here.

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    It just gets better and better:

    Another local firm of solicitors who have been appointed for the provision of legal services in connection with the acquisition of bank assets is Holmes O’Malley Sexton.

    Minister of State Peter Power was once junior partner with Holmes O’Malley Sexton, and they also represent former Ceann Comhairle John O’Donoghue.
    “A healthy social life is found only, when in the mirror of each soul the whole community finds its reflection, and when in the whole community the virtue of each one is living” R. Steiner

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    This should give the Opposition a cannon ball.

    I'm betting they drop it on their foot.

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    I bet the EU will love this.

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    "We are where we are, no one could have foreseen this coming"

    No surprise to see Dillie O' Dee wetting his beak with a nice "political donation" from the lads.
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    We all love animals. Why do we call some 'pets' and others 'dinner'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsAnneThrope View Post
    I think it's getting close to the time to assume the brace position. there might not be a whole heap of survivors either.

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    Here is the full list of the firms that won contracts to provide legal services to NAMA. Any other possible 'conflicts of interest'?

    Contract Award for appointment to a panel for the provision of legal services to NAMA

    (click the 'Full Notice Text' tab after opening the above link)

    "Name and Address of successful supplier, contractor or service provider" (in alphabetical order):

    1. Alfred Thornton & Company Solicitors (Dublin)
    2. Andrew Crean-Lynch Solicitors (Dublin)
    3. Arthur Cox (Dublin)
    4. Babington Croasdaile Solicitors (Derry)
    5. BCM Hanley Wallace Solicitors (Dublin)
    6. Beauchamps Solicitors (Dublin)
    7. Brian O'Donnell & Partners Solicitors (Dublin)
    8. Callan Tansey Solicitors (Roscommon)
    9. Cathal N Young O'Reilly & Co Solicitors (Dublin)
    10. Comyn Kelleher Tobin Solicitors (Cork)
    11. Dermot G O'Donovan Solicitors (Limerick)
    12. Dillon Eustace (Dublin)
    13. Donnegans Solicitors (Cork)
    14. Eugene F Collins (Dublin)
    15. Eversheds O'Donnell Sweeney (Dublin)
    16. Fitzgerald Solicitors (Cork)
    17. G & D Walsh Solicitors (Dublin)
    18. Gallenalliance (Dublin)
    19. Gartlan Furey Solicitors (Dublin)
    20. Gore & Grimes Solicitors (Dublin)
    21. Hayes Solicitors (Dublin)
    22. Hegarty & Armstrong Solicitors (Sligo)
    23. Holmes O'Malley Sexton Solicitors (Limerick)
    24. Ivor Fitzpatrick & Company Solicitors (Dublin)
    25. James Riordan & Partners (Cork)
    26. KaneTuohy (Dublin)
    27. Kilfeather & Co. (Galway)
    28. Lavelle Coleman (Dublin)
    29. Lavery Kirby Gilmartin Solicitors (Dublin)
    30. Lennon Heather Solicitors (Dublin)
    31. Lewis C Doyle (Galway)
    32. Liston & Co. (Dublin)
    33. LK Shields Solicitors (Dublin)
    34. Maples & Calder (Dublin)
    35. Mason Hayes & Curran (Dublin)
    36. Matheson Ormsby Prentice (Dublin)
    37. McDowell Purcell Solicitors (Dublin)
    38. McGuire Desmond Solicitors (Cork)
    39. McKeever Taylor (Louth)
    40. Michael Houlihan & Partners (Clare)
    41. Murphy Mac Namara & Co. (Cork)
    42. Murray Flynn Maguire (Dublin)
    43. MW Keller & Son Solicitors (Waterford)
    44. Nolan Farrell & Goff (Waterford)
    45. O'Flynn Exhams Solicitors (Cork)
    46. O'Rourke Reid Lawfirm (Dublin)
    47. Orpen Franks Solicitors (Dublin)
    48. O'Sullivan Barnicle (Dublin)
    49. O'Sullivan & Associates Solicitors (Dublin)
    50. O'Sullivan Partners (Dublin)
    51. P J O'Driscoll & Sons (South Mall, Cork)
    52. P J O'Driscoll & Solicitors (Bandon, Co. Cork)
    53. P O'Connor & Son Solicitors (Mayo)
    54. Richard Black Solicitors (Dublin)
    55. Ronan Daly Jermyn (Cork)
    56. Sheehan & Company (Dublin)
    57. Smith Foy & Partners (Dublin)
    58. Stephen MacKenzie & Company (Dublin)
    59. Stone Solicitors (Wexford)
    60. Sweeney McGann (Limerick)
    61. T P Robinson Solicitors (Dublin)
    62. V P Shields Solicitors (Galway)
    63. Vincent & Beatty Solicitors (Dublin)
    64. Whitney Moore (Dublin)
    65. William Fry (Dublin)
    We all love animals. Why do we call some 'pets' and others 'dinner'?

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