# Liquidation

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Dublin homeless charity to be liquidated following sexual assault allegations
The charity’s assets are estimated to be in excess of €1 million.
Over 100 jobs set to go at clothing retailer Pamela Scott
Provisional liquidators were appointed in the High Court today to two related companies that operate Pamela Scott shops
Most customers whose travel plans were cancelled amid Usit liquidation will be able to claim refunds
The company’s online operations have been bought by a previous CEO and shareholder.
'Disservice' to prevent Debenhams worker protests, says Regina Doherty
Last month, Debenhams announced it would not be reopening its stores, leaving 2,000 staff unemployed.
'These workers deserve respect': Debenhams staff stage protests outside 11 stores across country
The closure of the Irish branches of Debenhams saw the loss of 2,000 jobs.
'We're asking for the government's help': Debenhams staff stage protest outside Dáil
The closure of the Irish branches of Debenhams saw the loss of 2,000 jobs.
High Court hears of hope expressed that jobs in Irish arm of Laura Ashley can be saved
Today, Justice Leonie Reynolds confirmed the appointment of joint liquidators to LauraAshley Ireland Ltd.
'With great regret': Joint liquidators appointed to Irish arm of Debenhams
A small number of people supporting the Debenham’s workers held a peaceful protest outside the Four Court complex this morning.
'Deceived by Debenhams': Workers urge government to save their jobs ahead of liquidation hearing
Some 500 people logged onto Zoom this afternoon for an e-rally in support of the Debenhams workers.
'I'm still in shock': Closure of Irish Debenhams stores described as 'troubling' and 'devastating'
One former Debenhams employee said she is “still in shock” after this morning’s announcement.
'A very difficult day': Travel agency USIT goes into liquidation due to coronavirus
USIT, which specialises in student travel, employs 76 people in Dublin, Cork, Galway, and Limerick.
Limerick FC set to be liquidated
The SSE Airtricity League club is on the verge of extinction after a court hearing in Ennis today.
Holidaymakers left out-of-pocket as travel company closes
Many people have found their holidays and accomodation have been cancelled.
Former employees claim sold 'faulty' phones
The company has denied the allegation.
Reboot of controversial website led by the company's former boss
Ex-staff members have said they are “livid” with the development.
Hundreds of customers still in dark as is up and running again
The website reappeared online last week.
Sammon liquidation: Schools say they're still optimistic they can open their doors in September
On Tuesday, Sammon Contracting Ireland Limited was placed into liquidation.
The firm behind the Aungier Danger doughnut chain is headed for liquidation
But its founder says his business ‘isn’t going anywhere’ and plans to expand.
Tech retailer to go into liquidation after months of customer complaints
The company sells refurbished smartphones at marked down prices.
Data Commissioner expected to investigate potential IBRC data breach after complaint made
The Department of Finance confirmed that a former IBRC bank official had IBRC documents, and attempted to use them in an ongoing court case.
'I'm gutted': Writers and directors due to receive Filmbase funding 'left hanging'
Many of these projects were due to start shooting this spring.
Minister 'confident' school building projects not in jeopardy after construction firm collapse
The Department of Education said school buildings in question are approximately 90% complete.
Fine Gael minister confirms complaint lodged with gardaí against political blogger
Blogger and academic Catherine Kelly claims she was cautioned by gardaí about her social media posts and online articles which referenced Regina Doherty.
The Irish Post is going to take over parts of Irish TV after its closure
The paper said the sale would give it ‘a foothold’ in Ireland.
"I haven't broken the law": Government Chief Whip defends liquidation of company
Regina Doherty defended the closure of her company today.
After 40 years, one of Tipperary's big employers is going into liquidation
More than 130 jobs are in jeopardy.
Clubs seek legal advice after insolvent race management company leaves them high and dry
Precision Timing were one of the leading race management firms in the country and supplied services to more than 160 events annually.
Setanta Insurance customers will finally get the money they're owed
The firm was wound up in 2014, but over 1,700 claims were outstanding.
'I gave 45 years to the store': After 11 weeks, former Clerys staff aren't going away
400 people lost their jobs overnight when the store closed suddenly.
There's now an unofficial Clerys pop-up shop on Parnell Street
The liquidation store was opened last week by a former Clerys concession holder.
The company that ran Clerys has been officially wound up
The High Court officially ordered that OCS Operations Ltd be wound up today with no opposition to the application.
KPMG are charging a lot of money to liquidate IBRC...
Some consultants for the firm are charging a standard rate of almost €300 per hour to wind down the bank.
'I'm here tearing my shop down as we speak'
Louise Hogan ran a successful business in the department store for 13 years.
From 1997 to 2015: Comparing a pre-Celtic Tiger liquidation to recession company busts
The sale of Clerys with the loss of almost 500 jobs last week serves as an uncomfortable reminder of just how vulnerable workers are when a company ceases to exist.
"Devastated" Clerys workers picket landmark store following shock closure
The iconic Dublin store closed its doors for the last time last night after being put into liquidation yesterday afternoon.
Poll: How do you feel about the liquidation of Clerys?
With the demise of the landmark Dublin store yesterday another Irish icon has bitten the dust, not to mention almost 500 jobs.
Murphy calls on KPMG to remove itself from Siteserv probe
A Fianna Fáil motion calling for an independent commission to be established has been defeated by the government.
Gardaí contacted over fees owed to international students
“Wherever you’re hiding, we need that money.”
Group of Mount Carmel nurses owed €60k in redundancy payments
The nurses might not receive the payments, as they are now considered to be unsecured creditors under the liquidation.
HSE buys Mount Carmel hospital, will turn it into 'step down' facility
The hospital went into liquidation at the beginning of this year.