Boyle to appeal ruling halting mobile licence challenge

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Elaine Byrne

24th April, 2016
Tony Boyle, pictured outside the Moriarty Tribunal in 2005 Pic: RollingNews.ie

Tony Boyle, the businessman who has challenged the awarding of the state’s second mobile phone licence to telecoms tycoon Denis O’Brien, is eyeing an appeal to a High Court decision to halt his legal action on the matter.

The court last week ruled that the manner in which his case was being funded, was contrary to a medieval legal principle known as ‘champerty’.

Boyle’s Persona consortium had engaged the...

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