High Court asks for list of ‘conflicted’ judges before hearing Fingleton case
The former Anglo Irish Bank’s special liquidators are suing the former Irish Nationwide chief for an alleged breach of his obligations
A High Court judge has asked lawyers for the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation, formerly Anglo Irish Bank, to draw up a list of judges it believes will be conflicted in the hearing of its case against Michael Fingleton, the former Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) boss.
Anglo was renamed Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) in 2011 and subsequently merged with INBS. IBRC was put into liquidation in early 2013 under a restructuring of the burden...
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