Thursday July 2, 2020

Persona undeterred by legal ruling on lawsuit funding case

The Supreme Court last week ruled that a professional litigation fund based in Britain could not fund the case

28th May, 2017
The Supreme Court

The businessmen behind the Persona consortium are set to examine all options to continue their case for damages arising from the awarding of the state’s second mobile phone licence to telecoms mogul Denis O’Brien’s Esat Digifone 22 years ago.

The Supreme Court last week ruled that a professional litigation fund based in Britain could not fund the case, due to a law dating from 1634 which prohibits third-party financial support...

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