Foley's challenge to WRC's Clerys probe fails
Judge refuses to order inspectors to return material seized from D2 offices
Foley alleged inspectors from the Workplace Relations Commission overstepped their powers by seizing a laptop and documents from her real estate firm D2 private on May 19 last.
Her lawyers argued before the court that D2 never held the records of Clerys workers and that WRC officials had no right to be at its city centre offices in Dublin last May.
The property investor is the face of the consortium Natrium which, with Cheyne Capital, bought...
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