You just discovered that one of your company’s directors or a senior employee has been engaging in a fraud. One of the first things I get asked in situations like this is whether the conduct of the employee/director will be treated as the conduct of the company generally. Can the company distance itself from its agent’s conduct? It matters for a variety of reasons ...
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