O'Brien seeks legal costs assurance from Ganley

Declan Ganley could be compelled to prove he can afford to cover the potential multimillion euro legal costs if he loses a case over the 1995 mobile phone licence competition.

13th April, 2013
Denis O'Brien will seek security of at least €1 million to €2 million over Ganley legal case.

Businessman Denis O'Brien is to seek an order compelling Declan Ganley to prove he can afford to cover the potential multimillion euro legal costs if he loses a case being taken over the 1995 mobile phone licence competition.

The High Court has informed parties that it will set aside two days in the middle of next month to decide whether to issue an order for security of costs on Ganley, who is also a telecoms entrepreneur.

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