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Seán FitzPatrick acquittal raises questions for key State agencies

Significant number of issues emerge for those linked to ‘biased’ and ‘partisan’ inquiry
Irish Times

Former ODCE boss has no comment on Seán FitzPatrick case

ODCE says it has undergone ‘significant change’ since Paul Appleby’s time in charge
Irish Times

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Corporate enforcement office ‘made mess’ of Fitzpatrick case

Charlie Flanagan says he is very concerned at manner in which case ended
Irish Times

Seán FitzPatrick case: Expert advises against rush to judge ODCE

Prof Niamh Brennan of UCD says ‘big cases are very difficult to prosecute’
Irish Times

Inside Business Podcast: ‘We are fighting mad against AirBnB’

Hotelier John Fitzpatrick on a quarter century in New York City
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LexisNexis Launches New Practice Guide in Partnership with Preeminent Litigator and Author James Wagstaffe

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Sean Fitzpatrick cleared after Anglo Irish Bank case falls apart


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Ex-Anglo bank chief FitzPatrick cleared of fraud

ex-anglo bank chief fitzpatrick cleared of fraud
A judge tells Sean FitzPatrick he is 'free to go' after the longest criminal trial in Irish history.
BBC News

Trial collapse a 'damning indictment' of ODCE

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has said the collapse of the trial of Sean FitzPatrick is a "damning indictment" of the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement.
RTE.ie

Judge directs jury to acquit Seán FitzPatrick on all charges

ODCE investigation into former Anglo Irish Bank chairman strongly criticised in ruling
Irish Times

Poulton succeeds Fitzpatrick as High Performance coach

The former batsman will also be also be monitoring women's A squad, U-15 and U-18 programmes, and the inaugural female National Performance squad
CricBuzz

Judge tells Sean FitzPatrick he is free to go

Sean FitzPatrick has been formally acquitted by a jury at the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court on all 27 counts against him.
RTE.ie

Ryan Fitzpatrick’s “musical chairs” comments not as biting as initially reported


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Ryan Fitzpatrick “excited” to join Buccaneers


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