Fingleton Files: The legal angle

Fingleton Files: The legal angle

Being a director of a company carries with it many responsibilities which office-holders must uphold - or face the weight of the law, writes James McDermott.

One of the most memorable chapters ever written in an autobiography is to be found in the life story of the former England and Sunderland footballer Len Shackleton. The chapter is entitled The Average Director's Knowledge of Football, and consists of a single blank page.

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