Breach of Directors Duties

EMPLOYMENT LAW for business

Directors are responsible for the substantive management of a company. With this responsibility comes certain duties which dictate how the Director should behave and ensures that the company is run for the benefit of its members.

Breaching these duties can result in civil and even criminal action being taken against them. It can also have severe consequences for the business, its shareholders and creditors. Therefore, it is vital to ensure that advice is sought at the earliest opportunity so that a dispute can be resolved with minimal risk to the company.

If you are a director and you have been accused of breaching one of your duties, or you are a shareholder concerned about a rogue director, SCE Solicitors can provide clear, no-nonsense advice to assist you in resolving your dispute. Call 0113 350 4030 or email to arrange a free 30 minute telephone consultation.

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