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Court entertains further arguments in Mainzeal case

Victoria Young
Mon, 09 Nov 2020

Victoria Young
Mon, 09 Nov 2020
The Court of Appeal is considering further arguments in the Mainzeal case, after a controversial Supreme Court decision on directors’ duties issues was delivered in September.The construction company’s former directors Jenny Shipley, Richard Yan and others are appealing Justice Francis Cooke’s February 2019 ruling they had breached duties and were liable to pay $36 million.The Court of Appeal had heard the directors’ challenge in late July.However, on Sept. 24 the Supreme Court made a ruling on directors’ liab...

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