Being a boss of an SME has been likened to a plate juggler having to be constantly alert to what is happening in all parts of the business and ready to take swift action to avoid smashing the company crockery.

Managing the business in the ordinary course and dealing with matters as they arise (to quote a former Secretary of State ‘the known unknowns’) is bad enough but to cope with the ‘unknown unknowns’ is truly a nightmare.

Consider the case of Mr Sebry (Sebry v Companies House & anor [2015]) who was the managing director of a company called Taylor and Sons Ltd.  Read the full article as published in the In-house Lawyer.  Contact Robin Tutty for further information.

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