O’Flynns to sue data commissioner

O’Flynn and brother John are suing Helen Dixon’s office

19th March, 2017
Michael O'Flynn speaks to the media after his court case in 2014 Pic: RollingNews.ie

The delay by the Data Protection Commissioner in investigating a two-year-old complaint against Nama is “inordinate and inexcusable” and a failure to carry out her statutory duty, legal filings by developer Michael O’Flynn allege.

O’Flynn and his brother John are suing Helen Dixon’s office to compel it to discharge what they claim is her mandatory duty in relation to their complaint about Nama, the documents show.


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