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Coleman Legal to bring several High Court cases over MICA Scandal

Coleman Legal to bring several High Court cases over MICA Scandal in DonegalBy Coleman Legal l Audio Blog 7 - Mica Scandal in DonegalThe Report At least ten “pathfinder” sets of...

Government considering compensation of up to €350,000 for Mica Scandal

Government considering compensation of up to €350,000 for Mica ScandalBy Coleman Legal l Audio Blog 6 - Mica ScandalThe Report The Government is considering a proposal whereby...

Two test cases challenging Mother and Baby Homes report to be heard by High Court

Two test cases challenging Mother and Baby Homes report to be heard by High CourtBy Coleman Legal l Audio Blog 5 - Mother and Baby HomesThe Report The High Court is due to hear...

Sexual Abuse Law

Dr Geoffrey Shannon to head review Into Historical Abuse at St John Ambulance

The Board of St John Ambulance has appointed Dr Geoffrey Shannon as the head of an independent probe into the handling of historical child sex abuse allegations. Dr Shannon is a leading authority on child law and is the Governments former Special Rapporteur on Child Protection. As a result of an...

Jesuit Order release name of priest who abused students at Belvedere College

Belvedere College School, Dublin, has publicly named a Jesuit Priest, Father Joseph Marmion SJ, “who abused boys sexually emotionally and physically” during his time as a teacher at the School from 1969 until 1978.   The decision to name Joseph Marmion came following communication between the...

Content Moderators – News & Updates

Facebook moderation firm Cognizant quits

Facebook moderation firm Cognizant quits

A professional service firm, Cognizant has been requested to cease moderations of objectionable content regarding social media platforms; Facebook in particular. Based on the working conditions and mental health of employees of Arizona moderation center, having undergone investigation by an...

Employees file lawsuit against Facebook and its service providers

Facebook operates in several parts of the world including but not limited to Europe, Greece, Texas and Germany. It uses service providers such as CPL Resources and Accenture that provides content moderation services. Content moderators employed by these service providers are suing both the service...

Facebook moderation firm Cognizant quits

A professional service firm, Cognizant has been requested to cease moderations of objectionable content regarding social media platforms; Facebook in particular. Based on the working conditions and mental health of employees of Arizona moderation center, having undergone investigation by an...

Moderators to take Facebook to court for ‘psychological trauma’

A number of former content moderators have been given the right of way by the personal injuries board to proceed with the Facebook case in the high court; 6 former moderators have claimed for personal injuries due to the content which they have been exposed to while employed by CLP in...

Mother and Baby Homes – News & Updates

Women Illegally Adopted Seeks Expansion of Investigation

Women illegally adopted seeks expansion of the investigationBy Coleman Legal l Audio Blog 2 - Mother and Baby HomesMs Theresa Hiney Tingal discovered she was illegally adopted, and her birth certificate falsified at the age of 48. It was through freedom of information requests...

High Court Rules Illegal Adoption Cases to be Assessed for Damages Only

As a result of High Court rulings when at least six illegal adoption cases against St Patrick’s Guild Adoption Society go to trial it will be solely for assessment of damages. These orders were made after Anthony Weldon, the liquidator of St Patrick’s Guild failed to appoint lawyers to defend the...

Dolphin Trust Scandal – News & Updates

  • Coleman Legal note that decision of O’Moore J this morning regarding the appointment of Myles Kirby of Kirby Healy Chartered Accountants as liquidator of MUT 103 limited. Coleman Legal act for a large number of clients who were directed to MUT 103 ltd and MUT 116 ltd by Irish brokers and guaranteed a first legal charge on the property they had invested in. Coleman Legal are instructed to serve proceedings on all parties who are culpable in directing investors towards the now failed German Property Group (GPG) and seek redress for the loss of their investment and income.
  • From instructions received to date, there are concerns over the extent of assets within the company to such a degree that the company did not seem fit for purpose. Coleman Legal continue to be contacted by ‘Dolphin Trust’ investors daily and have continued to be shocked by the individual stories regarding the actions of Irish Brokers. The Administrator of the funds ‘Wealth Options Trustees Limited’ also have serious questions to answer.

If you have invested in ‘Dolphin Trust’ please contact Keith Rolls of Coleman Legal keith@colemanlegal.ie

  • Kathleen Dineen originally petitioned the High Court to wind up the company, MUT 103 Limited, on 18 December 2020. Kathleen Dineen is an investor in Dolphin Trust via special purposes vehicle company M.U.T. 103 Limited.
  • Mr Justice O’Moore heard from both sides this afternoon, Monday 1 March 2021. Ms Dineen’s legal team were asking the Court for an order to wind up the company without further delay. Counsel for M.U.T. 103 Limited asked the Court to adjourn the petition to allow time for the Directors of M.U.T. 103 Limited to make contact with the investors to advise them of their options.

Judgment stood reserved until Wednesday, 10 March 2021 and we will update our clients again thereafter. If you have invested in Dolphin Trust and have yet to receive your promised returns, please contact our legal team for advice or read more.

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