We’re Going In


From top: Ian Drennan, Director of the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE); Chief Executive Michael Doorly and Chairman Murdoch Mac Lennan at the Annual General Meeting of Independent News and Media (INM) last month

Independent News and Media has lost its challenge to a decision by the State’s corporate watchdog to apply to have inspectors appointed to the company.

INM had argued that it should have been given an opportunity to respond to the Director of Corporate Enforcement’s concerns before he made the decision.

This morning Mr Justice Seamus Noonan dismissed the judicial review.

He said the argument that INM should have to be consulted first is “novel and without precedent“.

INM loses High Court challenge to ODCE decision (RTÉ)


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14 thoughts on “We’re Going In

  1. ivan

    “novel and without precedent” is judge for “are you having a fuppin’ laugh, are you…”

      1. mildred st meadowlark

        Well not really. Grammar and punctuation are important, my dear.

        Don’t get me started on my fondness for the Oxford comma.

  2. Sheik Yahbouti

    Sadly, too late. INM have been quite brazen about the data they have already destroyed – they’ll go into overdrive now.

  3. vertigo

    Jesus the hit squad
    I would say it will be like a team of eunuch’s wearing PVC gimp outfits raiding an orgy
    I would say judging by their performance with the Cleary’s department store investigation it will be another farce

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