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Student’s parents appeal court ruling over tax on legal bill

Eamon and Fidelma McKeogh deny they were clients of son’s former solicitor

6th March, 2016
Eoin McKeogh, the business student who was falsely identified as a taxi fare evader Pic:RollingNews.ie

The parents of Eoin McKeogh, the business student who was falsely identified as a taxi fare evader in a YouTube video, are appealing a High Court ruling to tax a €1.95 million legal bill.

Eamon and Fidelma McKeogh of Donadea, Co Kildare, deny they were ever clients of their son’s former solicitor Paul Lambert or that they have any liability for his costs.

Their barrister Maura King flagged to the Court of Appeal...

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