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Hot topics in Directors’ Liabilities

A Director is someone who is properly appointed at Companies House. However their can be various other types of Directors.

As a director, you benefit personally from your company’s limited liability status. What does that really mean in practice? When can you be personally liable for your actions as a company director?

This webinar gives some practical examples how those liabilities play out in practice and cases the Courts have had to consider and the lessons from these, and implications for Directors.

Should you wish to discuss any of the issues highlighted in the webinar or you would like further information on Clarkslegal, please email marketing@clarkslegal.com.

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  • 11 October 2017
  • On Demand Webinar
  • Litigation and dispute resolution

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