Councils to drop court challenge over 'massaging' of key reports
Dublin's four local authorities have signalled their intention to abandon a Supreme Court appeal on which they have spent more than €2 million.
Dublin's four local authorities have signalled their intention to abandon a Supreme Court appeal on which they have spent more than €2 million. The action was attempting to challenge the ruling of a High Court judge which seriously criticised the conduct of a former senior Dublin City Council official.
In the judgment, published in 2010, Mr Justice Liam McKechnie ruled that former assistant city manager, Matt Twomey, who was in charge of the capital's municipal...
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