Claims against directors can be made if directors are found to have breached their fiduciary duties or the statutory duties under the Corporations Act 2001 The claim can only be brought by the company. It becomes complicated if one of the shareholders wants to bring a claim against a director but the board of directors do not wish to act on that shareholder’s request. A crisis of this level requires the able services of a good litigation lawyer for the best possible solution in such cases.
A liquidator who has taken control of the company may also bring a claim against a director if it is found that the director has breached his or her duties whilst in office.
A director can become personally liable to losses suffered by the company if the director has breached his or her duties.
Our team of highly trained commercial litigation lawyers in Perth have years of experience in dealing with similar cases and can help you with your claims as well as settlements. Here is how our legal team can be of assistance:
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