Company law made easy - criminal offences under the Companies Act 2006

An article in the November 2010 issue of the Hogan Lovells Corporate Newsletter.

In the fifth in our series of articles on the more confusing aspects of the Companies Act 2006, we look at the Act's use of criminal offences, and in particular at a change in the law which means that directors can now commit a variety of offences without intending to do anything wrong.

View the November 2010 issue of the Hogan Lovells Corporate Newsletter here.


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