Directors of a company owe statutory and common law duties to the members of the company. Often times disputes arise where these directors make decisions that are not in the best interests of the company or are otherwise illegal. In these situations, directors are open to facing claims of breaches of duty.
Our lawyers have previously represented the general manager of a port authority in defending an action for breach of duty. Additionally, the firm is currently acting for a former director of a land development authority in various claims involving breaches of fiduciary, statutory and common law duties. Besides handling litigation matters in this branch of the law, we also regularly provide advisory services to companies from a corporate governance perspective.