||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 256 (Dec)
Stanley Burnton J
||Robert Miles and Gregory Denton-Cox (instructed by Peters & Peters) for the claimant.
||Catherine Roberts (instructed by Lawrence Graham) for the defendants.
||17 December 2001
Company - Director - Duty - Fiduciary duty - Freezing injunction - Application to continue freezing injunction - Whether claimant having arguable claim against director for amount exceeding sums protected under freezing injunction.
On an application to continue a freezing injunction in proceedings brought against a company director for breach of his fiduciary duties, the court ruled on the evidence, the claimant had established a good arguable claim against the defendants which exceeded the sums protected by the freezing injunction and accordingly continued the injunction.
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