Limiting personal liability

Year Published: 2015

In a recent article for Real Business, Kaye Whitby, Partner and Head of the Commercial team at SAS Daniels LLP explains how to limit personal liability when setting up a company.

Kaye Whitby, Partner and Head of the Commercial team at SAS Daniels Chester advises on personal liability when setting up a company.

Kaye Whitby, Partner and Head of Commercial

In the article Kaye looks at:

  • Which type of trading entity is appropriate – sole trader, partnership or a company limited by shares;
  • The rules governing a company set out in the Companies Act 2006;
  • The benefits of trading as a limited company;
  • The duty of care directors need to exercise.

To read the article click here.

For further information and advice on setting up your own company, please contact Kaye Whitby on 01244 305982.

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