INM showed ‘disregard’ for college governance

Independent News & Media’s (INM) involvement in the dismissal of the co-founder of Independent Colleges showed a ‘‘total disregard’’ for the college’s corporate governance, Miss Justice Mary Laffoy has found.

13th November, 2010

Independent News & Media’s (INM) involvement in the dismissal of the co-founder of Independent Colleges showed a ‘‘total disregard’’ for the college’s corporate governance, Miss Justice Mary Laffoy has found.

She granted Philip Burke, who brought the case, an injunction against his dismissal to allow for a full hearing.

The court had heard that the deputy managing director of Independent Newspapers (Ireland), Declan Carlyle, told Burke at...

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