Three men convicted of abducting and torturing Quinn Industrial Holdings Director Kevin Lunney are due to be sentenced today.
Mr Lunney will have a chance to deliver a victim impact statement to the court at the hearing today, if he so wishes.
During the 40-day trial, Mr Lunney told the court he was taken to what he believed was a horse box in County Cavan after being bundled into the back of a car outside his home in September 2019.
He was then stripped, punched, beaten with a stick, attacked and branded with a knife, doused in bleach and then dumped on the side of a quiet country road.
Throughout the attack he was warned to resign from his position at the company that was then called Quinn Industrial Holdings.
His account was accepted by the three judges of the non-jury Special Criminal Court and he was even praised for his recollection of events.
A man, who can’t be named by court order, was found to have inflicted most of the injuries and two others; Alan O’Brien (40) and Darren Redmond (27), both from East Wall in Dublin, were also convicted for their roles.
Their sentence hearing is due to get underway later this morning.