Ten Minute Take Away – How To Set Up & Run Your Company Properly!
By Paul Nathan
Paul Nathan, Senior Litigation Partner & Commercial Draughtsman at Fletcher Day, was a licensed Insolvency Practitioner for twenty years and took appointments as a Liquidator, Receiver & Administrator. He now brings his years of experience to bear in this new Seminar series titled ‘How To Run Your Company Properly!’. It is designed to advise on the common pitfalls experienced by owners of companies, large and small, and he will explain
what it takes to be a Company Director, a title often used but rarely understood
who is a director? - sometimes a matter of conduct
the responsibilities, obligations and potential liabilities of a Director
the differences between being a Director and a Shareholder
why Directors and Shareholders fall out and what to do to minimise the consequences
the importance of comprehensive and clear terms of business
Paul specialises in private client, commercial litigation, dispute resolution, insolvency, company/ commercial advice and drafting of company & commercial documents. It is this expert knowledge, gained from over 37 years in practice, that enables him to highlight the areas that all too often cause a problem and how to avoid or minimise problems, including company set up, Shareholders Agreements, Terms of Business, Director’s obligations, Statutory Duties, keeping of records and accounts, preparation and filing of accounts, the potential liability of Directors for misfeasance and a Liquidator’s powers.
The aim of this series is to help business owners know and understand their responsibilities and liabilities, to enable them to avoid these common problems whilst running and developing a successful business
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