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Lowry’s dispute with former financial adviser escalates

Poll-topping TD and Denis O’Connor to square off again in court next week over claim of €1.4m owed in fees

23rd February, 2020
Michael Lowry TD at Leinster House, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The legal dispute between Tipperary TD Michael Lowry and his former financial adviser has escalated, with a fresh round of hostilities due in court next week.

Denis O’Connor claims to be owed €1.44 million in fees and interest for advising and assisting Lowry during the McCracken and Moriarty tribunals. Lowry has robustly rejected the claim and said he is not liable for any sum.

Last month, BBT Chartered Accountants, where O’Connor is a...

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