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Judges’ remarks on tribunals could affect costs

Lawyers representing key witnesses at the state’s main tribunals of inquiry could cite the comments of a Supreme Court judge in future cost applications following the critical comments of Mr Justice Adrian Hardiman on tribunal procedures, senior lega

16th July, 2011

Lawyers representing key witnesses at the state’s main tribunals of inquiry could cite the comments of a Supreme Court judge in future cost applications following the critical comments of Mr Justice Adrian Hardiman on tribunal procedures, senior legal sources have told The Sunday Business Post.

Hardiman delivered a scathing attack late last week on the state’s high-profile public inquiries, attacking the powers of tribunal judges and the cost of running and participating in...

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