High Court fast-tracks elderly woman’s action against AIB

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
27th October, 2019

A law suit against AIB over its billion-euro bust Belfry property funds is set to go ahead in spring 2020 after a High Court judge said it was “imperative” that an elderly plaintiff get her day in court.

Justice Robert Haughton said that Bernadette Godwin’s case against AIB over her investment in one of the Belfry funds “is particularly urgent in view of her age and health”.

Goodwin, who is...

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