Tuesday January 21, 2020

This time it’s personal, says Wallace as he fights to escape ban as company director

TD's lawyers claim the legal action is part of a ‘witch hunt’, while the liquidator has accused him of being ‘highly irresponsible’ as his firm’s debts approach €40 million

15th October, 2017
Mick Wallace: embroiled in a legal battle over his collapsed company M&J Wallace Picture: Collins

The bankrupt TD Mick Wallace has claimed that moves by a liquidator to bar him from acting as a company director are evidence of further kickback from Cerberus for his vocal attacks on the vulture fund.

The words “witch hunt” were used by lawyers for the Wexford Independents 4 Change deputy before the High Court last week.

Wallace has been a harsh critic of the US fund in the Dáil, particularly in relation to...

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