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Directors’ Duties in the UK under the Companies Act 2006

by Legal Author February 13, 2013 Company Law

Guest legal blog post regarding directors’ duties under the Companies Act 2006 in the UK. Directors are open to claims for breach of duty and sanctions such as disqualification from office or a criminal offence if they are not familiar with their duties under the Companies Act 2006 (the “Act”) which codifies the duties of […]

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Business Contract Disputes: Know When to Call a Lawyer

by Karla Somers July 29, 2012 Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Business contracts provide a form of private law by which various parties must abide. These contracts represent an understanding between two parties on the duties and responsibilities that they are to carry out. In a perfect world, business entities would respect contracts and fulfill their obligations. In the real business world, this does not happen. […]

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