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Lowry claims Moriarty Tribunal discriminated against him on costs

“Simply no evidence” for the tribunal's charge that he had furnished falsified documents, lawyers claim

10th November, 2015
Tipperary north TD Michael Lowry is challenging the Moriarty Tribunal ruling.

Lawyers for Michael Lowry have claimed in the High Court that the Moriarty Tribunal discriminated against him in a multimillion euro costs ruling two years ago.

The tribunal, which was set up to investigate alleged payments to the former Communications Minister and the late taoiseach Charles Haughey, awarded Lowry just one third of his costs having found he had failed to cooperate fully.

The Tipperary north TD is challenging the ruling.

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