IoD South Webinar Directors’ duties in the spotlight
Sponsored by Rix & Kay Solicitors LLP
Directors’ duties in the spotlight
All too often Directors find themselves facing civil or even criminal penalties for breaching their statutory duties, even when they believe they have done nothing wrong. And now, as government measures to protect businesses intensify, the spotlight on Directors has never been so bright. Join specialist corporate and governance partners Kathryn Paisley, Dan Sherlock and Richard Ludlow from regional law firm, Rix & Kay, for this webinar. Our speakers will help experienced Directors and those new to or considering a Director’s role, to fully understand their duties essential for running any organisation:
- In particular, the webinar will cover:
- Director’s corporate duties and responsibilities
- Director’s personal liability for breach of duty
- Personal liability if a company becomes insolvent and why early action is imperative
- Best practice for good corporate governance
Dan is a partner in the Rix & Kay dispute resolution team. He has over 20 years of experience advising companies and directors on all aspects of commercial and contractual claims
John is Managing Partner at Integrity Governance and a Fellow at the IoD. He leads a global team at Integrity Governance that provides practical, impartial advice to directors, business owners, executives and CEOs on all matters related effective governance and boards.
Kathryn is a partner and head of Rix & Kay’s corporate team. She is a specialist in corporate law with particular expertise in the sale and purchase of businesses and companies.
Richard a partner and specialist insolvency lawyer at Rix & Kay. Having previously worked in-house for the Insolvency Service, he is uniquely placed to advise directors on all aspects of insolvency and disqualification.
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