Since 2010, PacNet was engaged in litigation with the Irish government over a particular delivery of cash. In a resounding High Court judgment delivered after nine years on January 25, 2019, Mr. Justice Simons ruled that the preceding four years of proceedings were unnecessary and disposed of the case entirely in favour of PacNet.
Mr. Justice Simons ordered the Director of Public Prosecutions to pay the full costs of the applicant parties, which are substantial.
On 3 September 2018, the IOM Court lifted its freezing order against Counting House, ruling that there was no demonstrated connection with any illegal activity whatsoever. Click below to view the complete Judgment of Deemster Kainth in Isle of Man.