The Corporate Veil in a Construction Context

The corporate veil in a construction context

Barristers Chris Bryden and Georgia Whiting, Chambers of Timothy Raggatt QC, 4 King’s Bench Walk, explain why limited liability – shielding directors of failed companies behind the corporate veil, while exposing others to suffering – is a necessary double sided coin.

Published by Construction Law (clink on link above for full article)

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