Article Tag: directors

Limiting personal liability

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. In the article Kaye looks at: Which type of trading entity is appropriate – sole trader, partnership or a company limited by shares; The… Read more »

Do your business’s Terms & Conditions protect your position as a director?

Following the introduction of the Companies Act 2006, directors have specific duties which they must comply with in connection with the day to day running of their businesses. Breaching these duties could potentially leave a director personally liable to the company, its shareholders and possibly facing dismissal. It is therefore crucial that directors recognise where… Read more »

SAS Daniels advises High Court Enforcement Group on CN Gaunt acquisition

The corporate team at North West law firm SAS Daniels LLP has advised the largest privately-owned enforcement company in England and Wales on the acquisition of CN Gaunt & Son as it looks to expand. High Court Enforcement Group (HCE Group), which has offices in Cardiff, Colwyn Bay, London, Liverpool and Swansea, acquired the Bradford-based… Read more »