Zoe Group to claim evidence was ignored

Liam Carroll’s Zoe Group will this week argue that the High Court ‘‘erred in both fact and in law’’, and did not sufficiently consider crucial economic evidence when it refused to appoint an examiner to the group.

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Ian Kehoe

19th September, 2009

Liam Carroll’s Zoe Group will this week argue that the High Court ‘‘erred in both fact and in law’’, and did not sufficiently consider crucial economic evidence when it refused to appoint an examiner to the group.

Ahead of an unprecedented second Supreme Court challenge this week, pleadings submitted by Carroll’s legal team outline the strategy and the arguments that will be made by the Zoe Group during the...

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