An article from Eversheds Sutherland on 19 July reported on the outcome of Crown Prosecution Service v Aquila Advisory Limited. It says that it is good news for companies (or their assigns) seeking to recover the benefits obtained by directors in breach of their fiduciary duties – but warns of steps that the CPS might take to avoid the problem, where the facts of the case allow.
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