Earlier this year, Deputy Murphy gave what she said were details of banking arrangements O'Brien sought to retain when the special liquidator was appointed to wind up IBRC.
The move was met by an immediate denial from O’Brien, who claimed the information was false and that it was an abuse of Dáil privilege.Justice Nicholas Kearns pushed the case back to this month during the first hearing in July, explaining that the case was “not urgent”. It is also understood O’Brien will argue that permitting Doherty and Murphy’s statements amounts to a breach of his rights under the Constitution and European Convention on Human Rights.
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