Probe into NHI order to ‘delete’ notes on meeting
The files relate to a meeting that is now the subject of a probe by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission.
The law firm Eversheds has said that it is carrying out a review related to an instruction to “delete and destroy” files by Nursing Homes Ireland.
Those files relate to a meeting that is now the subject of a probe by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission.
Nursing Homes Ireland (NHI) chief executive Tadhg Daly instructed Eversheds “to delete notes of the consultation event”.
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