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Euro Safety clears big legal hurdle in action against Fás

Company taking action over claims it was “blacklisted”

17th April, 2016
Justice Max Barrett was residing over the case Pic:

A Cork training company suing Solas, formerly Fás, does not have to put several hundred thousands of euro upfront to pursue its claim, the High Court has ruled.

Euro Safety and Training Services is taking an action over claims it was “blacklisted” by Fás for acting as a whistleblower about the alleged unauthorised activities of a rival training company.

Solas has estimated that the cost of defending the trial...

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