The case involved a claim by a co-operative housing society against its former director and a company related to him seeking relief for alleged breaches of directors’ duties and fiduciary duties. The defendants applied for relief against the ordinary pleading and disclosure obligations on the grounds of self-incrimination privilege. The Court granted substantial parts of the relief sought by the defendants.
Michael May appeared on behalf of the first and second defendants, instructed by Burns Law.
The judgment is available here.