Thursday August 6, 2020

DCC goes on the attack

After his lunch in the Four Courts last Wednesday, counsel for DCC Kevin Feeney began sinking his teeth into David McCann.

18th December, 2004

After his lunch in the Four Courts last Wednesday, counsel for DCC Kevin Feeney began sinking his teeth into David McCann. The chief executive of Fyffes was the first witness to be cross-examined in the €85 million insider dealing case brought by the banana company against DCC and its chief executive, Jim Flavin.

The air among the defendants, who took plenty of hits during the plaintiff 's six-day opening statement, was noticeably more upbeat last...

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