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Criminal liability of directors – the blind spot

In addition to the specific criminal liability that directors incur for certain acts that they themselves commit in this capacity, they are increasingly at risk of being prosecuted as participants in offences committed by or within the company. This risk is the blind spot of directors' criminal liability.

Criminal liability of directors – the blind spot

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