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Director Misbehaviour

Director Misbehaviour

For a company to grow and thrive it is essential that every member of staff does their part to ensure success, including Directors.

However when a Director fails to carry out their duties and responsibilities, this is called ‘misbehaviour of Director’ and can result in disqualification of the Director as well as have devastating consequences to a company and its employees.

If you are a Director facing allegations of misbehaviour, or a business with a Director that is unable to fulfil their responsibilities our team can assist with candid and effective advice to assist with damage limitation and help you or your business move forward.

For more information on how we can assist please contact us on corporatelaw@taylor-rose.co.uk  

Proceedings dealing with misbehaviour of Directors can be complex and require a specialist level of knowledge that comes only with experience of conducting a variety of successful cases.

Whilst every case is different, we can assist with some of the following;

•         Assessment and collection of evidence

•         Damage limitation and restructuring 

•         Representation and defence in court

•         Advice on business models and board appointments

•         Guidance on the disqualification process

For more information on how we can assist please contact us on corporatelaw@taylor-rose.co.uk

Useful Guides

Disqualification of directors
Disqualification of directors

Whilst there are many factors involved in the disqualification of a Director, each case is different. The title of Director comes with certain responsibilities deemed by the courts and failure to carry these out can result in disqualification. This guide will take you through responsibilities the courts attribute to a Director and the penalties for failing to comply with these. Inactivity If a Director has been inactive for an extensive period of time and failed to contribute to the business, this can lead to their disqualification. Inactivity can also be defined as when a Director has failed to act when traditionally required such as in a merger or transaction. Incompetence T...

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