Sunday November 29, 2020

Fyffes V DCC: the battlelines are drawn

A number of additional tape recordings and transcripts of conversations may be presented as evidence in the legal dispute between Fyffes and DCC in the High Court this week.

27th November, 2004

A number of additional tape recordings and transcripts of conversations may be presented as evidence in the legal dispute between fruit importer and distributor Fyffes and sales and marketing group DCC when the case gets under way in the High Court this week.

The material is separate from the five tape recordings appended to an affidavit in the High Court last week. In the interrogatory hearing, Fyffes requested that five tapes be opened up in...

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