Company Directors: Responsibilities and Liabilities
About the event
The role of a director is a serious one. Many rules apply, there is the possibility of personal liability, much responsibility, and accepting the role is a decision not to be taken lightly.
From the moment you become a director there are legal obligations placed upon you. So, it is essential for all young directors and seasoned professionals to understand the duties of a director and what you can and cannot do.
During this seminar, solicitors from Longmores’ commercial team will;
- Describe how a company with directors is structured
- Clarify the relationship between directors and shareholders
- Outline the duties of directors
- Explain how liability and priorities change the minute you think your company may not be able to pay its debts
- Share tips and solutions to help you mitigate risk so you can focus on your business priorities with a clear understanding of your role as a director.
This event will be beneficial to both new and existing directors who would like a summary about their responsibilities and liabilities, so they understand the rewards and risks of being a director.
Delegates will have the opportunity to ask questions to the speakers’ after the presentation.
Partner and Head of Dispute Resolution
John has had a distinguished legal career dealing with all manner of commercial disputes. He specialises in shareholder and partnership disputes, theft and misuse of commercially confidential information, copyright and trademark infringement, and matters relating to the recruitment industry. He is a Solicitor-Advocate with the right to appear in any court in England and Wales and a qualified Arbitrator and Mediator. John is also individually ranked in Chambers UK and his team is ranked in The Legal 500.
Partner and Head of Company Commercial
Michael is a corporate specialist with experience of high value, complex work and he has successfully assisted a range of clients from SMEs to large corporations and global businesses. He advises on a broad spectrum of matters, including acquisitions and disposals, restructurings, management buy-ins/outs, joint ventures and corporate finance. He offers clients the benefit of his extensive experience, highly detailed legal knowledge and realistic, commercially astute approach. His team is ranked in The Legal 500.
Partner specialising in Insolvency and Dispute Resolution
Nat is our resident insolvency expert advising on a range of matters including bringing and defending claims on behalf of insolvency practitioners, bankruptcy, winding up petitions, annulment applications and disputes with trustees in bankruptcy. Nat is also experienced handling high-profile disputes for a broad range of clients from local SMEs and start-ups to businesses and individuals. His wealth of expertise has been recognised by The Legal 500, where he is ranked as a Next Generation Partner.
We are co-hosting this event with the Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce and it is free to attend.
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