This comprehensive compendium of the duties and liabilities of directors ought to find a place on the bookshelf of any serious practitioner professing to advise on matters relating to the duties and liabilities of directors ... it provides a ready source of authorities dealing with all aspects of the law relating to directors duties and liabilities and includes references to authorities from overseas jurisdictions. It cannot be recommended too highly. (Terence Mowschenson QC, Wilberforce Chambers
Already thoughtful and influential, edition two establishes Mortimore on Company Directors as an essential textbook. I don't like it to be too far away. (Robert Turner, Simmons and Simmons LLP
)Review from previous edition
Likely to be considered an indispensable addition to the library of any firm whose practice involves advising directors...Over 1100 pages of commentary plus appendices, amounting to a comprehensive survey of an increasingly important aspect of company law...An in-depth study of the subject which is likely to become the standard point of reference. (Hamish Anderson, Partner, Norton Rose
About the Author
Simon Mortimore QC is a barrister at 3-4 South Square in London, specializing in corporate, insolvency, banking, and commercial law. He has been involved in more than 70 reported cases in the fields of corporate insolvency, personal insolvency, company law and general commercial law, and has provided expert evidence on English law for courts in New York, Europe and other jurisdictions. He is a member of the BVI Bar and has been admitted to the Bermuda and Cayman Bars for specific cases.