Directors' Duties

O'Neill, Cormac
September 2008
Hospitality Ireland;Sep2008, Issue 51, p44
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the duties of corporate directors in Ireland when faced with a failing businesses. According to the author, directors of every type of company in Ireland have certain responsibilities which they must be aware of and comply with or they will inevitable have to face the consequences which can and often does include restriction and disqualification by the Courts.


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